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"I Am Counting....200 PLUS" --by RusticWoodArt

09-26-2007 03:39 PM by frank | 9 comments »

I Am Counting….200 PLUS Yes that’s right, 200 plus Blog Stories here at LJ and so I want to say thank you Martin…. Thank you Martin for making this site here at LJ such a user friendly place and for offering the ability that you have added in here for bloging….and yes, I do love blogging! Thank you Martin for the features you have provided to also be able to not only blog, but to also post the photos that make blogging….a wonder-full photo blogging exper...

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"Slabbin' at Wood" #4: "More Safety, Chainsaw....Broadax" --by RusticWoodArt

09-26-2007 03:17 PM by frank | 5 comments »

More Safety, Chainsaw….Broadax Well that’s it….LOL ....I’m not able to blog my story I had thought to put in here this morning, since I was looking through the forums and I saw a question asked about; “If you where a hand plane?”! This got my mind to turning and so where I was going to go with “Slabbin’ at Wood” is out the door for today. Also let me say that I need to go and set up some photo jigs, so that I can also take some pi...

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"Colors of a Walkabout" --by RusticWoodArt

09-25-2007 01:33 PM by frank | 5 comments »

Colors of a Walkabout ....okay, lets take some time out today,and get away,into the forest of green wooden inlay…. So today we are going to slip away from chainsaws and slabbin’ at wood, where in order to stay sharp, I’ve decided to go on a ‘walkabout’. Grab your hiking boots and we’ll pick up a stout walking stick along the way, leave your cares back at my doorstep, while we pass the time of day with the beauty of wood. Greenest of greens overwhel...

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"Slabbin' at Wood" #3: "Slab Wood Tales" --by RusticWoodArt

09-24-2007 02:16 PM by frank | 12 comments »

Slab Wood Tales ....in the working of the wood, the stories of those who came before me, are revealed as enlightened nuggets of wisdom, where ‘ancient ones’ give thanks by offering to tell me their tales…. So today I thought I would travel some ground….or is that lay some ground work here and post some pictures. I’m going to throw in a plug here and say thanks to Zooomr for all their work that they have done, and have made available to all. Using this site ...

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"Slabbin' at Wood" #2: "McCulloch Super 33" --by RusticWoodArt

09-23-2007 02:30 PM by frank | 2 comments »

McCulloch Super 33 In writing this story about “Slabbin’ at Wood’, I have thought to include stories on: 1. Safety a) ....and you will hear me talking off safety till you probably get sick of the ‘safety’ word. However with and when working with chainsaws, I am a believer that safety first on the job, will likewise take you home safely at last! b) ....I was also taught that the average audience when being talked to will need to hear the point you are m...

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"Slabbin' at Wood" #1: "Work Smart, Work Safe and Live to Work The Wood" --by RusticWoodArt

09-21-2007 07:06 PM by frank | 8 comments »

Work Smart, Work Safe, and Live to Work The Wood ....so where does it all begin, this thing I call slabbin’ at wood? What must one do? I’m sure we all know the how-when-where-why questions, and so after coming to terms with questions and answers such as these….one then goes out and sharpens their ability on the learning curve of belief. Now one may ask about the word ‘belief’, and rest assured we all believe in some-thing and in this case our belief of beli...

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MsDebbieP's Company Tours #10: Wood Shows

09-21-2007 03:21 PM by MsDebbieP | 9 comments »

Next weekend (Sept. 29th) Rick and I are headed to the Woodstock Wood Show. This wood show is supposedly the largest one held in Canada. And that’s pretty cool, since it is local! I will be talking with some of the company representatives as well as drooling over some of the tools and watching some demonstrations. Are any of my fellow Ontarians going to attend? I think the plan is to go in the afternoon, since I’ve heard that the crowds are smaller then. Also, I’d lik...

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"Old Growth and Farm Living" --by RusticWoodArt

09-20-2007 02:25 PM by frank | 10 comments »

Old Growth and Farm Living ....well I mean what can I say, farm living is working and selling, while finding time to look for some old growth//ancient ones and then workin’ at slabbin’ some tree blanks…. A little artistic enhancement added to an old growth mailbox…. ....no Home Depot mailbox holder stand here. Cut this one out of the woods some years ago, left the bark on and planted the trunk in the ground. No-more veggies for sale though, berries are pas...

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"Old Growth and the Ancient Ones" --by RusticWoodArt

09-18-2007 03:37 AM by frank | 11 comments »

Old Growth and the Ancient Ones ....’old growth’ that I have found! While out Sunday afternoon in the forest here, we (my wife and I) set out to discover some new territory in the surrounding habitat of the woods and I happened to come upon some pines that were growing on an eastern slope of a hill. At the bottom of a ravine I first spotted an old pine that had escaped the logging crews of yesteryear. At first I thought this one was the only one out there, but after looking ...

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Blogging at "Eastern Thought" --by RusticWoodArt

09-17-2007 04:37 PM by frank | 2 comments »

Blogging at “Eastern Thought” ”Building the Timber Frame House” —by Ted Benson and Part 1 the Past, chapter 1; page 3….Ted writes; ”If Japanese carpentry was highly evolved, it was also fiercely competitive. The craft was developed within a family guild system that maintained tight security over construction techniques and strict authority concerning procedure among it’s members. Intense rivalry between the major guilds had the positive effect of keeping the sta...

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