Joined 11 years ago
I am a knife enthusiast doing what I love. I currently own and manage an online knife company, BladeOps.com . I spend most of my spare time with my wife and family but seem to cultivate hobbies at about the same pace my lawn grows dandelions. I enjoy Arts and Crafts woodworking, writing, keeping bees, politics (both local and national) and maybe most of all reading.
My hubs focus on interests of mine--I hope you find the topics covered as interesting as I have found them to be.
I have built several pieces of Arts and Crafts furniture including a small cradle for my youngest child and a couple of Morris armchairs for my wife. I currently have two beehives and absolutely love watching them. For the most part I avoid getting stung although the other day a couple got into my pants (via my pantlegs which weren't tied down). I am sure my neighboors didn't realize I could dance. I am even more sure they wondered what kind of dance I was practicing.
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