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|09-23-2011 02:43 AM||
A gift and a thought from a LJ friend - 13 replies
A gift and a thought from a LJ friend Yes I am so lucky that I have to pinch my arm once in a while.I have come to know a handful of people who really brings me light, people I feel sure will stay a part of my life, and look what can happen on top of this. This is what the postman brought to me, and yes I was fast to run into the shop to open...
|09-22-2011 02:30 AM||
Lumberjerks lost in Copenhagen - 31 replies
Lumberjerks lost in Copenhagenor just lost in general… Flemming (Flemming), Andy (Brit) & Mads (MaFe)’s meeting in the center of Copenhagen. Ok the scene were set, we had arranged to meet under the big clock at the central station in Copenhagen. 19.00 I was there, alone, so I took a walk around the central station, and ther...
|08-21-2011 09:42 PM||
Korea - Copenhagen LJ meeting - 19 replies
Korea – Copenhagen LJ meeting Small miracles can happen… I had the pleasure to have a LJ buddy for dinner Friday evening.Not just a local guy passing.Not a Danish guy.Not a Scandinavian guy.Not a European guy.But our LJ buddy Poisson from Korea! Poisson, Byung-Soo, Professor in Statistics (Hope I’m right).The meaning of P...
|08-04-2011 08:56 PM||
A vintage architect says thank you!to an elf or a fellow LJ… ?Someone has sent a book for MaFe the vintage architect? It is ‘The anarchist’s tool chest’ and it arrived today with UPS… It must be a wonderful little thoughtful elf, a book elf. Whoever this secret little person is, I thank you from my heart, ...
|07-03-2011 12:39 AM||
A web tour to carpenters in China - 24 replies
A web tour to carpenters in Chinaor simply a surf on wood stuff shared with buddies Before you start I must warn, there were no meaning behind this, just pre curiosity after reading some books about Japanese wood working and realizing some of its roots in China. http://www.nipic.com/show/3/113/91c276dbd87184f5.html http://sjhp1226.blog....
|06-19-2011 02:58 PM||
What purpose is this 1800 French double iron profile plane for?A birthday present from my French fiancé. Next week my birthday is up so Caroline had bought me some presents while I am here in Paris, since we will not be together on the day. My favorite was of course this wonderful old plane, its French 1800.As many French planes beautiful ...
|04-19-2011 12:23 AM||
Hi LJ’s. I bought a bunch of planes and among then were this wonderful old skeved sash fillister plane.I have found out it was designed for making window frames, and even the use, but no details, And I have not been able to find any pictures of the blade.http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?158591-WTB-Sash-fillester-planeSince it ...
|04-05-2011 12:18 AM||
Vintage trammels mystery! (help me please). - 21 replies
Hi LJ’s. Help is needed, or perhaps just that some one tell my I think too much… I bought this wonderful old set of trammels: With micro adjustment, lead point, extra fine point, ink point and the standard long points. In the beautiful old box was also some big flat things with a point attached, and these are my headeche&...
|02-10-2011 04:40 PM||
What is this tool? Egg hammer... - 45 replies
Hi LJ’s I bought some wonderful old tools in France.Among these tools were a strange ‘hammer’! The head are made of cast iron I belive, hard rusty and heavy.The handle wood. What are this tool? The handle seems not too comfortable… Best thoughts,Mads
|10-28-2010 12:39 PM||
Search function face lift... - 14 replies
Hi Martin,I have rounded this subject before, but since it seems to keep beeing a pain in the … for me, I thought I’ll suggest;In the search function, I always get anoyed that I see no puctures on the blogs, projects.Is it possible you can make a button we press, and then it makes the search with a picture view like google do, but th...
|10-20-2010 07:51 PM||
LJ fellows hang out (A star watcher in the street!). - 26 replies
LJ fellows hang out.A star watcher in the street! Dies Lunæ v October MMX a.d. I was in my car, by my side my new friend Thomas, also known as Napoleon (whom I had just meet last night, on the Three men, one mission, LJ saw test meeting in Copenhagen), I had just picked him up on the train station, since he had agreed to come a se...
|10-20-2010 03:28 PM||
Three men, one mission.The LJ saw test meeting in Copenhagen. Dies Dominica iv October MMX a.d., three Luberjocks had set each other a challenge, the goal was to meet and spend the best possible time together, everything else would be considered as failure. Oh yea, and also to look at some LumberJerk erotica called wood working magazines, and t...
|10-16-2010 11:05 PM||
I got a pack today! From our wonderful Stefang (Mike) Norway. I have been looking after Mike here for a while, and had actually started to become a little worried since I did not see any posts or comments!I think we are many who missed Mikes face and always nice and constructive comments, here lately. This is what came with Mr. Postman...
|10-15-2010 05:34 PM||
Restore a old wood level HELP needed! - 11 replies
Hi LJ’s. I have this beautiful torpedo level – but it’s out of level… So I managed to dick out the one level that are wrong (vertical). It seemed to be set in a kind of plaser of Paris! (I thought it was putty that was used, since I seemed to remember the smell). What am I supposed to set it in?Are the...
|10-12-2010 12:31 PM||
No sad song, but a song some times out of tune! - 35 replies
This is a re post!!!Since I have made many new friends here, and some are asking me kindly why I have these pains, I have decided to re post this post that I made in the now gone coffee lounge before it was closed. No sad song, but a song some times out of tune!Just a little perspective to those who might want to know the story about my healt...
|10-11-2010 08:34 PM||
Montparnasse Cemetery - Paris - 15 replies
Montparnasse Cemetery – ParisSpend a few hours today relaxing, in one of my favorite spaces Do not worry, this is not a grave photo safari!Tour Montparnasse. Ohhh yes – and a vitage architect in Paris!<small>Vis stort kort</small> Hope the pictures can open some eyes,...
|09-22-2010 03:59 PM||
Hi, How do you sharpen a hollow faced spokeshave? Mine is a old Stanley 55 like this one. I wonder if there are some tricks or smart ways to sharpen a hollowfaced spokeshave.The only idea I could come up with was to make a round sanding block, and then go up grid unlit really sharp, and then end up with a leather strap with honing compo...
|09-21-2010 08:18 PM||
Search function could need a update... (I think) - 8 replies
Hi,I am a very happy LJ use, and I think the site are so elegant, and well setup, it’s a perfect inviroment for contact with others, not like other places I have been. So thank you. But the search function are not on the same level as the rest of the site.I think it would be a idea, to update it when and if possible.My suggestions for i...
|09-14-2010 12:45 PM||
Paris from the eyes of a Lumber Jerk III - as requested a little photo safari from Paris. Continued: What can I say. The lazy Paris. Prayer. More. The shadow are sometimes the sharpest image… Reaching. Made of wood, and so amazing. Who lives there? Another hat… Where are the sky? Black bird. Kis...
|09-14-2010 12:26 PM||
Paris from the eyes of a Lumber Jerk II - as requested a little photo safari from Paris. Continued: ‘I can make some noice’. Concentration, carpe diem. Dignity. Rythm (jazz). Mr. beat. Faster than the shadow. Too much pleasure to hold. Smile. Powers. Now, then, light and shadow! Rythm and beauty. ...