MOSSblog: Meet Mic

Meet Mic, the expert woodworker at MOSS Adventures. Mic is a master of his craft, known for his dedication and expertise when it comes to working with reclaimed barn wood and tin. He has a keen eye for detail and a passion for creating beautiful and functional spaces using these materials. Mic is the driving force behind the unique and rustic aesthetic of our interior spaces at MOSS Adventures.

Mic proudly displaying his masterful creations crafted from reclaimed barn wood and tin, adding a touch of rustic elegance to our changing rooms at MOSS Adventures

Mic’s devotion to the craft of woodworking is evident in every piece he creates. He takes great care in selecting the perfect pieces of reclaimed barn wood and tin, ensuring that each one has its own unique character and history. He then works tirelessly to transform these materials into functional and beautiful pieces of furniture and decor. His attention to detail and his commitment to quality are what sets his work apart.

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Mic showcasing his artistic ingenuity with a one-of-a-kind handle crafted from repurposed horse tack and wire insulators.

But Mic’s dedication to his craft is not the only thing that sets him apart. He is also deeply involved in the deaf community and is a passionate advocate for deaf rights and inclusion. As a deaf individual himself, Mic understands the importance of representation and visibility for deaf individuals in all aspects of society.

Step into the rugged changing rooms at MOSS Adventures, where reclaimed barn wood and tin blend seamlessly to create a unique and sustainable space, perfect for gearing up for your next outdoor adventure.
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To that end, Mic has also created several wooden hands as a way of showcasing the importance of hands in the deaf community. These wooden hands are a powerful symbol of the importance of communication, connection, and representation for deaf individuals. They also serve as a reminder of the importance of inclusivity and accessibility.

Mic’s commitment to the deaf community is evident in all aspects of his life, including his work at MOSS Adventures. He is constantly thinking of ways to make our spaces more accessible for all individuals, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing. This includes things like ensuring that our spaces have proper lighting and clear signage, as well as providing accessible communication options for our customers.

Through his work as a woodworker and his dedication to the deaf community, Mic is a shining example of the power of passion and commitment. He is a true master of his craft and a valuable member of the MOSS Adventures team. His work serves as a reminder of the importance of sustainability, inclusivity, and representation.

Mic, an expert wood worker at MOSS Adventures, uses reclaimed barn wood and tin to create our changing rooms for our outfitters.

Mic’s work on the wooden hands is not only a reminder of the importance of hands in the deaf community but also the importance of the craft of woodworking in preserving the heritage of barn wood and tin. He has demonstrated his expertise in woodworking by utilizing reclaimed barn wood and tin to create beautiful and functional pieces that are also environmentally friendly.

In conclusion, Mic’s dedication to his craft, his expertise in woodworking, his devotion to the deaf community and his advocacy through the creation of wooden hands is a true testament to the impact one individual can have in their community and society. He is an inspiration to us all, and we are proud to have him as a member of the MOSS Adventures team.


7 comments

  1. Wow, okay. Awesome post. So let me see if I get the gist:
    – Mic is an expert woodworker with a passion for creating beautiful and functional spaces using reclaimed barn wood and tin
    – Mic is deeply involved in the deaf community and is a passionate advocate for deaf rights and inclusion
    – Mic is a shining example of the power of passion and commitment, and is a valuable member of the MOSS Adventures team
    – Mic uses reclaimed barn wood and tin to create our changing rooms for our outfitters, which are a vital part of our sustainable environment
    – His work on the wooden hands is a reminder of the importance of hands in the deaf community and the importance of the craft of woodworking in preserving the heritage of barn wood and tin
    Did I get it? Hey, keep up the awesome content. Definitely going to be following along.
    Rob @ NewAmericanWarrior.com

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  2. This is a very interesting article to me. I was the Wood-shop instructor at the high school Mic attended. In a conversation a few years ago Mic and I talked as he was showing me some of his carvings. Mic wanted to take my class but they kept scheduling him in more academic areas. Consequently I never had the pleasure of having Mic in any classes. We chuckled about that as at that time he was doing remodeling of houses in addition to his recreations. Mic is a very talented, kind, caring and patient young man. Great article. Proud to say I know him!

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  3. Glad to have stumbled across these articles…Everytime i see the word “wood” it usually catches my interest😉 my husband and I own and operate a small “Wood” business here locally. I truly love your very unique talent. Welcome to our little neck in the woods!!😉

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