If you enjoy exploring scenic back roads on your motorcycle, then you really should ride out to Grinder’s Switch Winery for the Arts & Ag Harvest Market, Saturday October 27th from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. Talk about gorgeous views, Hickman County has some of the finest in the state. And the great folks at Grinder’s Switch Winery are providing special motorcycle parking for Harvest Market guests. Lee Waggoner, one of our Harvest Market vendors, is a motorcycle enthusiast too and will have a booth featuring his Adventure Travel Tables, handmade and specially designed for bikers on the go.
Lee has an extensive background in woodworking. He moved to Hickman County in 1979, drawn to the rural woods. He worked in the construction trade, while building a cabin on Mill Creek. In 1983, Lee’s carpentry business evolved into a fine custom furniture and cabinet shop called Waggoner Wordworking where he designed and built custom cabinets and furniture many for well-known Music City artists.
Lee’s latest endeavor, Adventure Travel Tables, are constructed of white oak, with four legs that disassemble with a top that rolls up like a tambour and then fits into a compact travel bag three inches by fourteen inches in length. Very lightweight, under three pounds, the 12 x 14 inch table packs easily on your motorcycle. The tables are a companion to the Kermit chairs, www.kermitchair.com . You can find out more information about Lee Waggonor and his creations on the Adventure Travel Table facebook page and on his website, www.advtraveltable.com.