Monday, October 10, 2016
laying things out.
When I proposed the idea, it was a head scratcher at first, as the architect and builder wondered about how much the idea would add to the cost. For this plan to work, a central conduit will be brought into the center of the room from which electrical power can be branched to clusters of tools.
The sketch of tool layout shown above was very preliminary, done prior to the architect's design.
Yesterday we held a fundraiser for the Clear Spring School scholarship program, and I also attended a fundraiser to battle the hog farm wrongfully in operation in the headwaters of the Buffalo National River. The Department of Interior has legal authority to protect the quality of its waters, but the state agencies, driven largely by the antiquated insistence that corporations can do no wrong, stand in the way of the river's preservation.
In the woodshop this afternoon, I will have students grades 1-6.
Make, fix, create, and extend to others an understanding that they may also learn likewise.