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Take a leisurely stroll through this page and voyage through these many great sites to learn more about this fantastic craft.

>November 28, 2014Newspaper article on the Snow Phoenix and Kel Snake.  http://www.mykawartha.com/news-story/5157056-unlocking-kel-snake-s-puzzling-young-s-point-workshop/

>The April/May 2013 issue of Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement ran a set of our plans for the Green Farmhouse Recycled Chest of Drawers, you can read all about this wooden locking system here.  https://www.canadianwoodworking.com/plans-projects/wooden-locking-mechanism

>In 2011 I first entered a wood puzzle box of my design named “The Carpenter’s Rule” into the Nob Yoshigahara Puzzle Design Competition.  Here you can see all the entries that year and though it was my first year I managed to gain favour with enough votes to be included in the top ten of those that attended The International Puzzle Party. http://www.puzzleworld.org/designcompetition/2011/results.htm

>Puzzle Paradisehttp://www.puzzleparadise.ca/  This is a great site for builders/collectors to buy and sell puzzles of all description.  As a builder or seller the site does not charge for services, very helpful as a struggling artist.

 >Stickman Puzzle Boxhttp://www.Stickmanpuzzlebox.com  This site features the incredible mechanical craftsmanship of Robert Yarger, a world class puzzle box builder.  His style of puzzle box building is of a mechanical nature and fascinating to explore.

 >Cubic Dissection –  Eric Fuller specializes in interlocking puzzles and puzzle boxes.  His amazing work is crafted to the highest tolerences from rare and exotic woods for the most discerning collector.  You can see his work here.  http://www.cubicdissection.com/

>If you like hidden marble mazes, Lunatic Mazes makes the most beautiful puzzles made from exotic wood burls from around the world.  You can see Marcus Allred’s work here.  http://www.lunaticmazes.com/home.html

>The April/May 2013 issue of Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement ran a set of our plans for the Green Farmhouse Recycled Chest of Drawers, you can read all about this wooden locking system here.  https://www.canadianwoodworking.com/plans-projects/wooden-locking-mechanism

>One of the great sites to visit that really show demonstrate just how many different puzzles are out there, and the many varied types by a serious collector Robert Stegmann is http://robspuzzlepage.com/