This is first try at doing a video shop tour of my small 10×12 man cave I know I am going to take some heat! Plus I dont sound so well on the video my voice is to heavy! Oh well here goes nothing! http://s26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/beginnerwoodworker/?action=view¤t=100_1299.flv
From my blog, Furnitude: A reader asked for a closer look at Don Weber’s reproduction tool chest from the Berea Arts Council. Here’s the post.
The input was for the most part was to use Wenge for the interior. So….here it is. Please keep in mind I have not decided on a finish yet. I am leaning towards a Danish Oil type of blend. Trays in the box Trays removed Trays made of Wenge and Ambrosia Maple. Bottom of the trays, showing off the Ambrosia Maple. Please pardon the photography…I’m not great at it. Should have used a tripod.
can anyone tell me how to add photos to my shop photos?
While on my weekly trash run to the transfer station I came across a perfectly good pair of work bench legs and an old solid core door. With these and a couple of 2×4s and a few bolts I now have a sturdy bench to hold all my material and get it off the floor. http://i393.photobucket.com/albums/pp19/trucker1234_01/100_0122.jpg http://gi55.photobucket.com/groups/g146/BL2TED11OR/100_0123.jpg
Well AARP Sent me an e-mail and a video that showed that I should be running for president. Then I found out that I didn’t win but the exit polls still showed interest in my candidacy. Well it did happen. I was elected President – Of the Mason Dixon Woodworking Club efective January 2009,. So I’ll be in office before Obama makes it in. But his pay is higher than mine.
I have seen a lot of comments on this web site about things being done to keep the wife happy. Here are two things my dad told me years ago. 1. NEVER criticise yours wifes judgement, look who she married. 2. If your wife isn’t happy you will not be happy, and if she is not happy long enough you will not be happy with just 1/2 of your stuff.
There was the idea…and the idea was good. <<sigh>> Well we have 3 weeks to Christmas…3 weekends. Well I have the wood together thanks to my buddy who does primitive furniture. Karson helped me plane most of it down to thickness, and the rest I got done at a local woodworkers shop. I have it marked out roughly and now am feeling the angst of not having all the equipment I would really like to have. Tomorrow I gotta go to HD and get some 1/4 and 3/4 plywood and mdf. Th...
Hello allAnd me and my Family wishes all of you a very Happy Holidays. Hpoe you all get under the tree what you want. Just wanted you all to know that I’m still alive and kicking. Been under the weather, the last few months but still going. Don’t have the internet yet, but on my Sons family computor. I’m still burning, and will post as soon as we can get hooked up. Again Happy Holidays and wishing you all have a wanderful time over these Joyuos Days. ...
A blog sounded like the right place for this prattle, so I submit this for anyone who is interested. The drum sander is one of those things that you know you can live without until you actually have an opportunity to use one. When I was given a demonstration by a friend at a local cabinet shop on a work piece I had been struggling with, I was instantly sold. The only real problem was finding the $1800 bucks needed to get a similar unit. Even if I could have sold my wife’s car, and replaced...
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