Timber Jones

Seven Great Men By Timber Joseph Jones

In a story I read of an immigrant recalling his first impression of America, he said, “The coastline was rugged; like the American men themselves.” Oh, how things have changed. Traditional masculinity is on a sharp decline.  100 years ago, Theodore Roosevelt made the observation that “Men are becoming too office bound, too complacent, too…

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What Have We Done?

By Timber Joseph Jones Nothing that I have is my own. It is all for the next generation. In my shop hangs an axe that will one day go to the man my daughter marries. Another axe will go to my nephew. I look forward to handing them over at the right time. In my…

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