After two New York Times best sellers, Nick Offerman returns with the subject for which he's known best - his incredible real-life woodshop.
Nestled among the glitz and glitter of Tinseltown is a testament to American elbow grease and an honest-to-God hard day's work: Offerman Woodshop. Captained by hirsute woodworker, actor, comedian, and writer Nick Offerman, the shop produces not only fine handcrafted furniture but also fun stuff - kazoos, baseball bats, ukuleles, even mustache combs.
Now Nick and his ragtag crew of champions want to share their experiences of working at the Woodshop, tell you all about their passion for the discipline of woodworking, and teach you how to make a handful of their most popular projects along the way. This book will take listeners behind the scenes of the woodshop, both inspiring and teaching them to make their own projects and besotting them with the infectious spirit behind the shop and its complement of dusty wood elves.
In this audio you will find a variety of projects for every skill level, with personal, accessible instructions by the OWS woodworkers themselves. You will also find writings by Nick, offering recipes for both comestibles and mirth, humorous essays, odes to his own woodworking heroes, insights into the ethos of woodworking in modern America, and other assorted tomfoolery.
Whether you've been working in your own shop for years or just love Nick Offerman's brand of bucolic yet worldly wisdom, you'll find Good Clean Fun full of useful, illuminating, and entertaining information.
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- Rick "Rick H."
Inside baseball for the Offerman Workshop
This definitely is best heard in the author's original voice. It wouldn't sound correct any other way.
I'm an avid woodworker and really appreciate the visibility Nick has brought to the general public about our craft. I'm also excited to read a 'mainstream' book about woodworking. That said, the projects described I wasn't really into. And although I appreciate all the talented people in his workshop and am glad they got their due I didn't really have a connection with these people to really get into their stories. Incidentally due to Nick's slower speech (I listened to this as an audiobook) this is one of the few books I could actually listen to at 250% speed. Since I listen for entertainment though and am typically not trying to rush through, take for it what you will that I listened to it quickly. Again, I'm really glad this book was made, it just wasn't really my cup of tea.
- Christopher Mann