What an invigorating day yesterday turned out to be! There is nothing like getting back to work and running full steam to really get you back in the swing of things. The day was full and busy from beginning to end. And when I went to bed, I slept better than I had in quite a while. I love when that happens, and I truly enjoy seeing our little business thrive and grow. I was happy to have my early start yesterday, as it seemed that I needed every extra minute to fit everything into the ...
I am searching for Nativity scroll saw patterns. Now I have looked in all the traditional places; Shelia Landry, The Winfield Collection, Berry Basket and I have all of these. I want them to be table top and traditional in design. This is an ongoing project I have started and not just for this season. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
This morning I awoke before 5 am. When I saw what time it was on the clock, I almost turned around and went back to sleep. But I didn’t really feel tired anymore and I wanted to get started with my day so I stayed up and got busy with some things. I typically sleep until about six. To me, that is an ideal time to get up. It gives me time to read through my mail and scan the NY Times and gather my thoughts before the rest of the world wakes up and things get busy and cluttered. I fe...
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On a whim I stopped by a local trophy and plaque store last week to ask them if they saw a market for my cutting boards. Turns out that they engrave a lot of cutting boards and were very interested in my wave design boards. Seems a lot of their corporate customers and the local university’s meat market give away a lot of engraved cutting boards. They also asked me to do some 9 X 12 sample plaques. They did ask me to redesign the boards so that there is a lot of open “mapleR...
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First I want to show that I stood the trees back up properly I was under the delusion that I could hold 10-12 logs. After killing my winch and seeing the trailer squat with these I decided to take half at a time. Good color though. Running late. But getting them home. Thanks for looking
now that are slow was finally melted I can get back to hauling logs for the winter. Where I had been getting logs from is currently buried with snow. So I went shopping through the hills for trees I could get to. Found a very large patch that was very easy to access. It’s located near a scenic area Although I look for all kinds of trees, beetle kill pine is by far the most common one that I do cut down. Most people think that the only color of beetle kill is blue ...
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