Well, another year on LJ…...I just realized I missed my fifth anniversary as a member. But, more important than that are all the friends I have made on the site. I think most will agree that the LJ fraternity is the reason they post. The wealth of information, ideas, and inspiration is why we are members. With another anniversary on LJ, comes another more important one…..51 years of marriage to the most wonderful lady on the planet. We are celebrating on Kaua’i at our favori...
Well, I missed it again…....Jan. 12 was my 4th anniversary with Lumber Jocks. Another year of sawdust and projects, old friends and new ones, too. I don’t spend a great deal of time on the internet, but hardly a day goes by that I don’t check in to LJ to see what’s going on, and what my friends are up to. I have met some great people through LJ and learned so much from them…..and all the guys and gals who are members. Their inspiration and ideas keep me going.My ...
Well May 7th is my eighth anniversary being a member of lumberjocks. Lots of changes from knowing everyone on the site and communicating with them each night. We didn’t have messages then we posted those messages on projects. Lots of fun. We invited all and helped everyone out of their problems in woodworking and maybe life. I’ve visited maybe 15-20 lumberjocks in their shops and have made some lifelong friends. Lots of new experts here now But, lots of people tryin...
Tomorrow February 26th is the eighth anniversary of LumberJocks. Thanks to Martin and for his web page development skills, and for all of the users of this site who have continued to improve it through all of their contributions. Have your self a safe day in the shop and enjoy this fine piece of electronic knowledge and skills. Karson
I just noticed that I have been a LJ’er for 1124 days…..my Minnesota math tells me that I let my third anniversary slip by without any fanfare. I think it is the mind-numbing, spit-freezing, cold winter we have been experiencing. The weather station on the deck said -18 this morning as I sipped my first cup of coffee at 5:30. My woodworking output has suffered with the cold….an unheated garage/shop will do that to a guy. My projects have been mostly of the variety that can b...
Another year and I’m still here! I did better this year with 3 project postings. My shop cabinet project was a fun addition to the shop. I added a good deal of storage space and had some fun with decorating the front. The next project had a blog series associated with it. The different part was I had a deadline of one month. Not my usual style, but it was done and I had a good time. The resulting project was a jewlery box out of pear, cherry and ironwood. The final project post...
Well today May 7th is my 7th anniversary in Lumberjocks. A lot of changes in those years. Some good and some bad. The good is all of the experts with all of their talents that give us all a challenge to improve. The bad has to do with the family that we had built up with just a few of us being around. We could look at each post and get a conversation going. Their wasn’t any messaging, it was all done on our blogs. Now we still have some friendships but there is not the cl...
Nope… not at the Mission Inn! We were all set to have Eggs Benedict for breakfast in the Mission Inn Restaurant… Except… The Restaurant was closed for Breakfast and was setting up for Sunday Brunch! It was ONLY about 9:00am!! So, we were not going wait around for Brunch… we drove out… Looking for a Denny’s… didn’t find it… Found this Farmer Boy fast food place that looked real good… So, we finished up here at Farmer B...
Mission Inn, Riverside, CA Prime Rib Buffet & Casey’s Cupcakes Sorry, I didn’t get more pictures of the food… It was SO GOOD! . . . . . . Next: Farmer Boys – Breakfast.
Mission Inn, Riverside, CA St. Francis Chapel where we were married… The doors were locked… could not get the inside. . . . . Next: Prime Rib Buffet & Casey’s Cupcakes
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