Hopefully all the building etc. will be over today as the inspectors are coming to do the final inspection. I have a “temp” metal garage door where my sliding door should be to pass the inspection. Nothing much has changed as I haven’t been able to do anything that involves covering the interior walls until the final inspection, so I have been contenting myself with moving machinery in and building an assembly table. I set up my new Bosch SCMS and it is wonderful! It is a joy to use. Mike and I have struggled with the cyclone and next Saturday we should complete the hanging of the darn thing. It has been a struggle because where I want to hang it, the rafters are too close to the side of the building and there isn’t enough room. The trim is still not applied outside, and lays painted on my shop floor. I can’t wait until all the activity is over and I can peacefully content myself in the shop without interruption and restriction. So, that’s it for now…same ole, same ole.
The latest issue of Woodsmith has a wonderful Queen Anne Low Boy which is definately on my to do list. I want to make my own cabriole legs which will be fun. As a reminder, Woodsmith Magazine is offering a new Woodsmith T.V. program to be offered up soon on your local PBS station. If the program is anything like the magazine, it will be high quality and interesting. If you’re inclined, email your local station and request the program to be carried. More info is available on Woodsmith’s website.
Cross your fingers that I will get the O.K. today from the inspectors, please!
-- Forget the health food, I need all the preservatives I can get !