A recent morning at mike Durnbaugh’s Fort Wayne home.
We visited tiny Fowlerton, Indiana awhile back to a local farm once owned by the Wright Brothers…yea, those Wright Brothers.
“Started woodworking probably when I was ten by building a tree house,” recalls furniture restorer Dave Terrill, “with a old rusty hammer and rusty saw.”
“I was the Tom Sawyer Huckleberry Finn of the neighborhood,” says Mark Phenicie.
We’ve visited this shop before, watched classic wood boats from the 1930’s and ’40’s brought back to life.
You may never played with marbles but your parents and grandparents probably did.
Its a marvelous sight if you’re lucky enough to witness it, an old fashioned barn raising alive and well today primarily in the Amish community.
America locks up more men and women than any other nation on the planet, two and a half million of them, and offers those who serve their time little help getting back on their feet after they’re released.
Fowlerton Indiana, population about 200. a small town just east of Fairmont with a bonafide claim to worldwide fame.
Most artists crave attention and public approval for what they create.