is the joiner's shop, a fascinating place with shadowy corners, the
bewitching fitments of a carpenter's bench, a crisp carpet of shavings for
small feet to scuffle and struggle through, and in invigorating smell of
pine chips in the air.
Here are made homely chairs and
tables, clogs and pattens, yokes for milk pales, chests for bride-linen,
cradles and innumerable other articles."