"Man Caves"

Personally, the whole idea of a “man cave” as antithetical to my need to have access to a 360-degree view of the horizon at any given moment, but Henry Miller writes entertainingly about it in this morning’s Oregon Statesman-Journal. “It is in this guy space that the traditional manly arts are performed: fly tying, cleaning and oiling firearms and re-spooling rods with fresh fishing line, along with turning perfectly good wood into piles of shavings. A master of efficiency, I can glue the new felts on my wading boots to the top of the workbench and set off the smoke detector by singing the hair off my arm with a propane torch, all in one evening.”

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