Tales from the Cabin

A Clean Well-lighted Shop

Organization envy rears its ugly head at the cabin

By Paul Sullivan
Published: February 17, 2011
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At my friend Gary’s cabin, I sometimes catch myself admiring his organized, clean and well-lighted shop. His screwdrivers and wrenches are sized in furniture-grade wooden racks with routered edges that he built. Gary makes useful, beautiful things that are plumb, square and level.

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