This has absolutely nothing to do with woodworking, but by popular demand here are a few vacation photos. (Okay, I’m stretching the definition of “popular demand” a bit.) .
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|commented on||First completed box using the new sculpting & downdraft table||3 days ago|
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I didn’t want to repost the project, but someone mentioned that they’d like to see this little table in its intended setting, so here it is. The image of St. Louis Cathedral visible in the first photo reflects one of my other hobbie...
Some of you may have noticed, I purchase wood (among other things) on eBay from tme to time. I was intrigued by this lot of inlay banding that the seller claimed to have purchased at an estate sale in Canada. It was still wrapped in its origina...