An Adirondack Woodturner

Even before the invention of the Adirondack Chair, woodworkers have been creating incredible things from the wilds of the Adirondacks. One such craftsman has even invented a way of making bowls and vases out of cast-off trees. Recently, our Derek Muirden met up with Ken Gadway, a one-of-a-kind woodworker at his studio in Morrisonville, New York. Learn more:

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