The Process of Understanding Life Through Hand Building a Wooden Boat

Carpenter Andy Stewart learned boat-building as a young age because that was his family’s trade. To hear him talk about his craft and the process of hand-making a wooden boat will make you ache for a bygone era that only exists in your mind.

Just as easily, though, Stewart could be discussing boats and boat-building as a greater metaphor for what it takes to succeed in life. No man is an island, not even one living on a boat. [via gizmodo]

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