This project is almost done….the first coat of oil has been applied, now on to final sanding and a few more coats of oil. I chose to use Danish oil on this,...my wife picked up a box at a yard sale for $5 that had 3 unopened cans of Danish o...
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Location: Central Oregon
Thank you for checking out my projects. It took over 20 years living in the High Desert of Central Oregon before realizing the beauty hidden under the ugly bark of the Juniper Tree. Most people living here consider juniper trees as just a weed,....intrusive, dirty, and used mostly for firewood and fence posts....and for the most part I would agree. But there is some amazing beauty to be found among these trees when you know where to look....and the first day I discovered it I knew I had just learned what my creative style would be inspired by. I spent several years clear cutting hundreds of acres of juniper for improving range management and watershed projects with such a blind eye to the possibilities for the twisted limbs left behind. With a new outlook on these trees I see projects everywhere. I made my first project in July of 2010 and hope to keep raising the bar on quality and complexity with each piece. Thanks again for looking, I hope you enjoy watching these projects as much as I like building them.
-- Juniper Canyon Design
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Every year my hometown puts on a “Relay for Life” American Cancer Society awareness event. Fund raising and public awareness is accomplished through ~Teams~ of volunteers who pledge a 24hour walk/run event, bake sales, raffle drawings,...
To see finished pics of this build see my projects page: http://lumberjocks.com/projects/78209
Progress on the stump is going well. For the past week, every evening rather than working out in the cold shop, I have had a comfortable seat on the couch inlaying turquoise and copper. At first I only planned on doing a few inlays, but as the col...