It was a long week but finally had a few hours to jump into the shop and work on the knife block / cutting board. After trying to think of the best way to secure the cutting board to the knife block box I ended up going with some oak cove molding...
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Several years ago I went through the fun fun process of finishing the basement in my house. In deciding where to put walls/run wires/move things I had a vision of a wet bar that would double as a wine rack/humidor. I notched out a specific secti...
Well I finally got around to setting up an account on Lumber Jocks and figured I’d kick things off with a quick note about my current project. First, a little bit of a back story… A good buddy of mine moved out to LA a few months bac...