Well, I’ve got my lumber planed, jointed and some pieces cut. The legs, I’ve started making mortises on the legs after finally finishing the router mortiser. Works pretty good. Man it don’t take long to mess up the old shop. I may take a few minutes today and clean it back up to at least the level I had it at. Glad to hear Marks back blogging, even though his plate is certainly full, I’ve been told he never gives us too much that we can’t handle it.
Anyway back to that dang table. I’m expecting to hear from karson on how to do a proper breadboard. Whenever I’ve done them I used biscuits and put a piece of wood sideways.
I do have Dicks templates I can pilfer without him knowing. That will really help, and Don’s not around much to tell me what I’m doing wrong. So things should go smoothly. If I can get Obi to keep Deb busy so she is’nt asking all kinds of questions, I’ll be all set. Nah!!!!
Anyway do we have to use the same design thats on the side of the table without getting points being deducted. Or altering the plan too much is a no no. Whats the rule on that?
Todays project is to put some anchorseal on some cheery wood I was lucky enough to hock yesterday from my cousin with my other cousins help. Thats the great thing about a big family. He’s also got about a cord of walnut laying on the ground he said I could have. Some of the cheery wood was about 16 inches around so we cut them into 5 inch slabs. OBOY!!! and its all seasoned wood. What’s a turner to do? Good Luck To You All. Jockmike
-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -