|Project by MarkTheFiddler||posted 08-18-2014 01:43 AM||1413 views||4 times favorited||29 comments|
Insanity runs in the family. When you’re a lumberjock – you get better at the easy projects. You learn, your eye gets better, the nuances start to make sense. The more you do, the more nuances you are aware of. You learn, and learn and learn. Every now and then, you just take a giant leap right off the cliff and hope you land in a cushy spot. I was praying for that cushy spot on this one.
I’ll tell you all something from the heart – there is no way I could ever fathom a project like this before I met you all. You encourage the heck out of me. You give fantastic advice. You have made my simple projects so much easier. And once again, you have equipped me with enough know how to leap off that cliff. I don’t know if I’m making expensive firewood but I do know that you all just might rescue me before I hit the rocky bottom. I do know that I have friends I can count on right here.
Although so many of you have been a major source and help, I want to give a shout out to John, Klaus and my ever present friend Len. You guys have been making a big difference in my woodworking lately. Thank you guys so much!
I promise to hook up all the blogs and links to the projects that gave me a major head start on this one. In the meantime, it’s dinner time and my wife is about to skin me if I don’t get in there now. ;)
-- Thanks for all the lessons!