A Tale of Three Churchwardens


Blog by Dal Stanton

The first of the 3 was true born, but of hobbit stature.  He dreamed of walking in the world of men and of wizards seeing eye to eye but anxious to serve.  The second was bound to the first but he held no claim to royal lineage. He stood proud in the best sense of the word and cherished his Green Lands heritage and history.  The third of the 3, was free and bound to no man.  He was born into humbler circumstances but found favor in the Maker’s eye and the Maker dubbed him The Wise a valuable gift to any man.  All 3 strong, bound together in one tale, bring hope to the Daughters of men. 

I am sure that if J.R.R. Tolkien were to write this blog about the restoration and creation of 3 Churchwardens, he might begin the…

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4 thoughts on “A Tale of Three Churchwardens

  1. Really beautiful and meticulous work on these three warden conversions, Dal, just as we’ve all come to expect from you.

    Thanks, too, for the shout-out. Glad you found my post helpful! I love my PIMO tenon tool.

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