A number of my LumberJock Mates have been sending me private messages inquiring where I’ve been. Well it’s confession time. I’ve made no secret about being a committed Christian. (That shouldn’t be confused with a Chr...
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Location: Melbourne, Australia
Website: http://www.hillsbiblechurch.org/ http://blog.hillsbiblechurch.org
Happily married, a family man with two wonderful daughters and five glorious grandchildren.
Living in Australia; Canadian born and raised; moved to Australia in the late 80's; now a citizen of both Australia and Canada.
I retired in 2002 and am spending my time enjoying family, working behind the scenes in my church, and making sawdust.
-- CanuckDon "I just love small wooden boxes!" http://www.hillsbiblechurch.org/
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When I saw OutPutter's stool and viewed the dovetail joints, it caused me to reminisce about the first time I was successful making hand cut dovetails. I spent a few hours practicing using Pine and Tassie Oak. I must say, it’s much easier to...
When I get to this stage of a project, I have to work hard at not becoming impatient and rushing the final details. If one is not very careful, it’s here where everything can go pear-shaped. In this episode, I have finished the wood with ...
Quote Bwillie: ”Looking at these dividers reminds me that I always struggle here to get the dimensions spot on. Especially since I use felt on the ends that touch the sides of the box, I have to account for those. Usually on every box on som...