Blue Ox in Eureka, California   website

Eric and Vivianna Hollenbeck have spent over 30 years to develop a lifestyle based on their belief and passion to teach people, with hands on experience, traditional building trades. Eric has acquired historic tools and built traditional tools in the Blue Ox shop while giving public tours of this evolving "working" museum. What started in 1904 as the electric power company for Eureka's trolley cars has been rehabilitated into a marvelous local treasure, Blue Ox Historic Millworks, which is now a destination point for curious travelers.

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