I check out Craig’s List frequently. My area, Olympic Peninsula, is pretty sparsely populated so it doesn’t usually produce a lot of enticing results for an aspiring woodworker. Predominantly wanna-be sub-contractors finally giving up and unload...
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Location: Sequim, WA
Recently retired electrician. Wood projects have mostly involved construction, remodeling and utilitarian furnishings (beds, storage cabinets, etc.) I'm hoping that now that work is no longer interfering with life I'll have time to engage some more esoteric projects. We'll see. Time still doesn't seem to be at less of a premium.
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When I joined LJ several months ago I did a little introductory profile and a short shop description. The shop description included promises of pictures as soon as I got it cleaned up (i.e. shove all the crap out of picture range). All winter l...
My new (strictly speaking it’s used but just recently come into my possession) planer. Grizzly G1021. Frankly, I don’t know what I’m going to do with it. My wife asked what I needed it for. I really couldn’t come up with a plausible need. ...
This is the jointer that I was forced to haul home with the afore mentioned band saw. A fellow I know owns a commercial building in Port Townsend. When I told him I’d been looking at a used planer he offered me the band saw and what he...