As a child, retired carpenter, Will of California, always wanted a toy train. But, he never got one. Now, he works eight to ten hours at a time to make wooden trains for the neighborhood kids, even those that have moved away. He's made and given away more than 1,000 trains, modeling kindness for the children who receive the trains. But who gets more joy out of this exchange? 


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  • Jack McKee

    I'm a woodworker and am a member of a woodworking group of 200 members. Its amazing to me how few of my fellow woodworkers are interested in either making things for kids or helping kids try woodworking. This video might be and inspiration they need to get started.

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