Okay, we probably have all spent more on a project because we miss cut a piece of wood, or changed our mind about the finish and started over. Well this week I ran into a rather unexpected (though somehow I doubt unique) “cost overrun”. I damaged my washing machine with various items that I had failed to empty out of my grubby shop pants (an old pair of cargo-pocketed jeans). The washer started making a very nasty grinding noise one night this past week. When I investigate...
not realy …......but it wuold have been nice if we just cuold water steal and give it a little manure to grow it….. :-) remmember the last blog where my daughter laughed at me but the man who laugh at the end get the best laugh…............right … so I got the folding ruler to fit them so everything match … the ruler is fully outfolded on the picture ..starts to looking good :-) ..I know it ain´t wood related but here is a tip to make it...
hey foks have I been cheaded again ….or is it so that even iron has started to scrink becourse of tooooo much rain over the summer …..................after a little flood in the basement …......I just had to ordre new steal shelf units toreplace the old made of cheap sheetgoods (spoon) ........you all know what happen to thatwhen it get wet :-( I was very excided when my doughter over the phone said a pallet with goodies has arived I just cuoldn´t understand why she laugh...
I am going to make a few craft items and I need to crosscut some cedar 1×12x10’ lumber – I need a place to do it. Using my workbench and a roller stand seems like a good way to go, but I need a way to elevate the lumber so the bench top stays in tack. I could use the Rockler cookies, but I think I would rather build something myself and use some of those leftover parts I have laying around (you know, the ones that are just too good to throw out). ———...
Thought you all might have a laugh at this. He really likes Steve (but don’t we all). haha http://youtu.be/oZpXfhvQHlg
I know that this will no longer be a secret but I figure only members will read this anyway…...All members of the club will be expected to learn this before the next meeting…Edit… I found this on Tyler Tervooren's Advanced Riskology website.
Yesterday was quiet a day. I had a doctors appointment, and since I don’t get into town very often anymore, I needed to pick up an air stapler. We left the doctors, and went to the big box store. I got the air stapler and staples and rode along for the rest of the stops.We got home and I grabbed the stapler and went to the shop.I barely got the thing out of the box and Momma says, time to test and take your insulin, so off I go the take care of business.Back in the shop, I get everythin...
AMAZING, SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES: 1. AVOID CUTTING YOURSELF WHEN SLICING VEGETABLES BY GETTING SOMEONE ELSE TO HOLD THE VEGETABLES WHILE YOU CHOP. 2. AVOID ARGUMENTS WITH THE FEMALES ABOUT LIFTING THE TOILET SEAT BY USING THE SINK. 3. FOR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE SUFFERERS ~ SIMPLY CUT YOURSELF AND BLEED FOR A FEW MINUTES, THUS REDUCING THE PRESSURE ON YOUR VEINS. REMEMBER TO USE A TIMER. 4. A MOUSE TRAP PLACED ON TOP OF YOUR ALARM CLOCK WILL PREVENT YOU FROM ROLLING OVER AND GOING BACK ...
Well, actually the S word, but the S word is part of the F word anyway…..............................???? I need all the help I can get…..I do have the Wood Spirit looking out for me…..or is it that fellow that sits on our shoulders…. Busy sanding a 4.1m long African mahogany top for a very long built in desk with drawers. 4.1m is about 161 inches for those who still prefer to measure with King George’s thumb……I think it was his thumb, I know it was some king’s thumbR...
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