My wife and I embarked on a 9 week tour of America. We headed west from Florida to Arizona, north to Montana, east to Wisconsin, then southeast back home! what a wonderful trip it was. On the way home on the last day, I looked at my wife and we bo...
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There have been many questions asked about turning logs into bowls and how to go about it. Bear in mind that the way I am showing is only one way of doing this There are many different ways and others may have different ideas or methods of doing w...
I’m back to show the tools I used in creating this wooden flower. The tools displayed are the only ones used so far in the project other than my trusty chainsaw used to cut this wood to a manageable size. I did more wood removal today...
I have long admired people who took large pieces of wood like drift woods, stumps and such and turned it into beautiful works of art. So when I saw them cutting down this piece of Red Cedar tree stump about 5 ft tall and 2 ft in diameter, I had my...
I received this photo from a friend of mine who cut his hand using a chainsaw while cutting firewood. Needless to say, he is very lucky the injury isn’t any worse, it could have easily severed his hand! Just telling everyone to ALWAYS take ...