This is a group of pictures that was taken at a LumberJock Picnic held at Lee Jesbergers Shop in Central New Jersey September 29, 2007. I had been trying to get some pictures of possibly one of the first lumberjock picnics that was held. I always wanted to invite myself to visit Lee’s shop and we had chatted about it a couple of times. But then I suggested that we have a picnic there and he agreed. Lee almost agrees to anything. We had a fantastic time. I hope that I can remember ...
We’re at it again – it’s Challenge time!! And we’re raising the bar again ;) I know – you are so excited and want to know the details. You will have to wait until next week to read all about it but I can give you a sneak peek into what is going to be happening! Remember our Thorsen Table and Virtual Dining Table Challenges from last year? Well, we partnered with Popular Woodworking magazine again to bring your the best challenge ever. This time it’...
This is announce a Picnic at Lee Jesberger’s home / shop in Sewell, N.J Across the river from Philadelphia PA. a few miles into New Jersey. The planned start time is 10:00 AM on September 29, 2007 but show up when you can. Lee’s profile is here http://lumberjocks.com/jocks/LeeJ There will be ample opportunity for Show-n-Tell so please bring a project that can fit in your car, truck, Semi. Contact Karson Morrison at email@example.com or Lee via LumberJock messages. ...
Our successful Summer 2007 LumberJocks Woodworking Awards are over so allow me to officially announce the winners. The winning projects were selected from 45 total submissions in an online voting held from Aug 1 to Aug 7. 121 votes by 61 voters were cast during this period. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GARDEN PROJECT 1st Place – Lyptus and Cedar gates by Bob Babcock (163 points) 2nd Place – Garden Pergola and Glider by ChetKloss (118 points) ...
This week it’s a return to Mot’s shop. Sure we visited Mot in the early days, before things got more organized. But that was a social call, and this is, after all the more serious matter of an inspection. MsDebbieP likes the ambient dust filtration, the tight organization and the lighting. I was excited by the Cat5 cabling and shopcam. For a small shop, there are all the necessary tools and some very high-tech toys. Mot has been experimenting with a lathe instruction ser...
Yes.. we’re on the count down. This is the last chance to enter your project(s) to the Summer 2007 Awards. The exact deadline is July 31, 2007 at 3 PM CDT I’d like to remind you of two important things: Your project may be older to be considered as the valid Awards Entry in both categories (Garden Project and Wood Joinery). I’m sure that many of you have created at least one interesting garden project in the past. So don’t hesitate to enter it. Your project s...
I had some stuff come up today that is going to keep me out of the shop for the next few of days so it looks like this will not get finished in time. I’m afraid I’m going to have to post a previous project as much as I didn’t want to do that. I get it finished eventually but I’m afraid its on the back burner for at least a week. Very frustrating….the cedar was looking nice. Oh well…....:)
I finally got started on cutting the planks for the bridge. I hope I can get this done in time to submit as my entry. I may have to submit some previous projects if I don’t get finished this weekend. I bought my son-in-law this Dewalt contractors saw last weekend as a gift for helping me install all new windows in the house. I like it so much I’m going to put one on my birthday/christmas/fathers day gift list ( all tools on that list as you can imagine) Very light, powerful, ni...
On July 22 – 2007 The Mason Dixon woodworkers Club had their summer picnic. I used that opportunity to get together with some other LumberJocks. So instead of having our picnic on LJ Picnic Day July 15, we had ours today. LumberJocks Present were Left to rightKarson Morrison Alias karsonLinda Morrison Alias LincacmDavid Morrison alias daveGreg McNabb Alias Greg3GBob Lanzilotta Alias Lance Also present but picture did not turn out because of camera problemsEd Nock Alias Edward...
We cross the pond to Broadstone, Dorset, UK, and the shop of Phillip Edwards. Deb is again heartened by the presence of a fire-extinguisher, great organization and good lighting. I am completely agog in the presence of Phil’s collection of wooden-bodied and moulding planes designed and built with his own hands (in addition to the one received from the hands of Krenov). Phil is no stranger to Photoshop himself, and has a justly famous website:http://www.philsville.co.uk/ The cognoscen...
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