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|07-13-2010 01:06 AM||
Windsor Chair Class in NH - 4 replies
I am here in New Hampshire at the Windsor Institute with my 11 year old son and we had a great day today. He has his spindles roughed out, his arm and bow are bent, and he has a good start on his seat. He is wiped out but I think it is from the mental parts of it all rather than the labor that goes into making the chair parts. It could be the st...
|04-30-2010 08:43 PM||
Homecraft 10" Bandsaw - 1 reply
Hello All, Not only did I have a great week making a chair in NH, I was able to pick up a bandsaw on my way home that I purchased on E-bay last month . These saws are great little saws! This is my second one and there won’t be much restoration necessary. Just need pick up a new set of tires and lube it up. My boys will have their own b...
|02-16-2010 12:47 AM||
Sad Day Indeed - 4 replies
A woman friend of mine at work lost her son last Tuesday to a relationship gone bad; he was 15 years young. He was a well liked young man and was an excellent athlete. We talked in passing on how well he was doing in baseball and that he may have a shot at the big leagues. She had taken him to camps out of state on a few occasions and was so pro...
|02-27-2009 06:48 PM||
Woodmizer Bandsaw Mill Feasibilty? - 7 replies
Hello All, Is there any one here making a living sawing logs on a small scale? I know it would be tough work but my current job has me feeling like taking needles in my eyes would be better. I’m no stranger to hard work as I framed houses for 20 years. An injury left me looking for a new job and for the past 5 years it has been the cor...