|Project by Earlextech||posted 12-16-2011 10:49 PM||6400 views||11 times favorited||22 comments|
A couple of years ago my partner Mark Hensley and I had this job out in Wyoming, we both live in central Florida. The job was cabinetry for the horse barn. Both the tack room for the horses equipment but also a workshop, complete with stationary tools, for any of the metal and woodworking that may be needed on site. We were at a hunt camp about 40 miles from Metesee. Try to find it on a map!
That’s Mark in the first picture and the last picture gives you an idea of where we were, in the background is the horse barn. It got down to 27 below and snowed about 18 inches over the two weeks we were there.
All the parts for the job were cut and flat packed at our shop in San Antonio Florida. We shipped everything including tools to the jobsite and built everything there. It was two weeks of madness! I wish I could put up more pictures, it was awesome!!!
The cabinetry was all prefinished birch plywood, but all the drawer fronts were from a cedar tree cut down on the property, the handles are all antlers and there were lots of them!
-- Sam Hamory - The project is never finished until its "finished"!