I taught a woodworking workshop in Novia Scotia




I had the honor and privileged to lead a woodworking workshop in Nova Scotia Canada at the Make.Do.Camp. 



It was my first time to Canada, I loved the fresh chilly air, and beautiful homes line along the streets
   
Make.Do.Camp is held in Big Cove at a YMCA camp and it's like a sense from a summer camp movie.

       
               

           I gave my phone and all technology up for the weekend, and truly embraced life to the fullest.

 

I was stoked to lead the workshop along side the extremely talented Gary Staple. Gary has his own fine wood working business in Seaforth Novia Scotia. I learned a great deal of new techniques and tools from Gary while co leading our woodworking workshop. I look forward to doing another co lead workshop with Gary in the future.

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 
                                   
Photo by: Cat Mack 

Cat Mack's Project / Photo by: Cat Mack 


Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

Photo by: Cat Mack 

                                      
Cat Mack's Project / Photo by: Cat Mack 


  Here are some of the final projects:


                                                 

Scott DeCoste's Project

                                       

Danielle Pottier's Project


Megan McDowell's Project


 Make.Do.Camp had a fun way for the campers to stay connected while at camp without use of they're  phones. They had this unique Paleo Texting station where you could leave and receive hand written notes to each other. It was really fun go to check and see if I had paleo text's as well as write a few while I was there. 



I had such an amazing experience at Make.Do.Camp and feel full of Love from all the amazing people I met over the corse of our weekend together. Thank you also to Wonder'neath for all the amazing creativity you brought to camp.