How Pallets are Made
July 21, 2016
Earlier this week we examined a wooden component and trim manufacturer, Lewis Lumber Products of Picture Rocks, PA. That post spurred Don Remmey, President of Remmey - The Pallet Company to send me the link to a video of his Beaver Springs, PA operation. I think you'll agree with me that this video has a unique value of its own to Go Wood readers.
Over the past few years, we've had several posts
Re-thinking, Re-creating, Re-newing the Company
July 18, 2016
You may remember two Penn State architecture students, Matt Fink and Jacqueline Holt, who worked with me about five years ago (was it really that long ago?) on their furniture design projects. One of the Go Wood postings was about their wood shopping trip to Lewis Lumber Products in Picture Rocks, Pennsylvania, where we met LLP President Keith Atherholt. Keith and the folks of LLP have been a
Stacking Firewood the Proper Way
July 15, 2016
The last video from Wranglerstar reminded me of one of my favorites, his video on stacking firewood the proper way. He makes use of the holzhaus design, one we've featured here before on Go Wood. But the beauty of this video is the way he trains and makes use of his captive laborers.
Mid-summer is the time to get going on firewood, if you haven't already taken care of it in late winter. It's
The Best Honey in the World: Sourwood (Oxydendrum sp.)
July 14, 2016
Editor’s Note: Bill Paxton passed away on April 22, 2016. In his many years crafting the dendrology column, he covered myriad species naturally occurring in the state. He was always working ahead on his writing and drawings so this piece represents the second to last we have in hand to share with you. We will miss Bill’s passion and curiosity for plants and his willingness to share his enthusiasm with others in an engaging and welcoming manner. Please keep his family in your thoughts and send a quiet thank you to Bill for all that he shared over the years.