I had several requests for the pics of the inside of the inspirational fridge… so here they are… please realise that this is fairly empty by my normal standards.. a few six-packs of XXXX Gold….also some stubbies of Strongbow Cider….. and yes I know that I need to defrost… well one day…. there is also one lone can of lemonade… for anyone who comes over and does not drink beer or cider… Hi Col…. I implore you all to drink in m...
My friends father passed away 6 years ago and he wants to donate his fathers tools to our new church. There is a Craftsman floor drill press and a disc/belt bench sander and tons of other stuff. He told me to pick out whatever I wanted first. Here is my selection. A couple of days latter he showed up with 2 brand new router bit sets. (not pictured) WOW what a friend!!!!
Good evening LJ’s this week has been interesting to say the least :) After wrestling with the fact that I needed to rearrange my shop and trying at this getting mostly the west wall SW corner clean and my jointer and my workbench swapped gaining a whopping 8 SQ FT. Hey with 192 SQ FT. space counts!!!! I had a crappy work week our Union sold us out and threw us up under the bus if I may use that vernacular, boss put more on me and my co-worker he is 19 and said this sucks :( The kid has...
While I still plan to do a series on my experiences with various box hinges, I thought I’d go ahead and post how I installed Soss hinges on the current string box project. I plan to include the usual step-by-step process, but I think most folks will get the idea from these pictures. The sides of this box are a little over 3/4” wide so I’m using the Soss 203 hinges which are 1/2” X 1 3/4. These hinges require eight, count ‘em, eight! mortises. And they all h...
Oh, how my heart weeps, though I know in God’s arms he sleeps; So many things we don’t understand; so always remember it’s in His hands. So blessed to have you in my life; no longer will you have discomfort or strife; Peace and comfort to your wife and son; I love you Danny Boy, you were the one. My cousin posted this on Facebook. This is about my brother. I lost another one last Friday night to illness. Three years ago my brother Gary died at 48 from a massive heart a...
Hello All, I am going to try to continue to update the Henry Wood Detective Agency story more frequently. So tonight I continued from where I left off a couple of days ago, and finished chapter 24. It had felt a bit short to me, so I wrote a little more. http://su.pr/3Rwl0C Brian
Purched the Legacy in March, have had as much time on it as I would like, But building a Cabinet under in with plenty of storage and drawers for all the special bits, Thanks to the company I worked for in 2000 they were going through a down sizing and were getting rid of lots of Board, ended up with a sheet sized for a CNC of Dk blue flamica , both sides, and that is what I building the Legacy cabinet with. Photo comming when it’s finished, Might take some time, the base cabinet took t...
the little oak version of its bigger brother: This one started its life as a pew in a Manchester, NH church. (They opted to replace their pews, c. 1950, for chairs that could be rearranged as needed, and contacted the original builder in the Guild of NH woodworkers to donate the wood. I was the fortunate recipient of two 12’ long pews. Original post on the subject. ) When I dismantled them, one of the seats split along a glue line leaving me these to ponder what to do with. Lu...
Lovely wife is off to JoAnns and Michaels, probably a couple of other stops. The Grand daughter dog is asleep on the kitchen floor cause she doesn’t like coming to the shop.m We have been running here and there too much and I am traveled out. I also have some small projects to do in the shop now that the Grand son’s bookcase id out of the way. I finally hooked up with one of the local woodworkers after we missed each other for a week. He had need for a delta contractor saw ...
Truths For Mature Humans 1. I think part of a best friend’s job should be to immediately clear your computer history if you die. 2. Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you’re wrong. 3. I totally take back all those times I didn’t want to nap when I was younger. 4. There is great need for a sarcasm font. 5. How the hell are you supposed to fold a fitted sheet? 6. Was learning cursive really necessary? 7. Map Quest reall...
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