Coronavirus Tips. BeaverCraft Tools Review from Mark Young
Winter is done for real. While with all this Coronavirus News you could find Spring not that bright.
Here is what we think at BeaverCraft.
No need to read Covid news, it doesn’t actually change anything.
- Wash your hands.
- Avoid crowded places.
- And don’t worry about it.
- Get back to carving wood.
Carving wood is relaxing indeed especially in the current climate of things.
BeaverCraft Wood Carving Kit Review by Mark Young
If you’re looking for some spoon carving tools to add to your collection, or you basically need tools to get started with spoon and bowl carving, make sure to check out the video review of the experienced woodcarver and profound blogger Mark Young on BeaverCraft S13 Spoon Carving Kit:
Mark lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and spends most of his time in the wilderness areas close by. His trail name “Shunpike” is founded in the words of poet Robert Frost
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”
The word “shunpike” means literally to avoid the main road.
We really appreciate Mark for taking some time to try out the tools and make the review. Hope you like it as well.
In case you want to make a video review of the tools you have from BeaverCraft, message us anytime at email@example.com.