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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:21 am 
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I'm still dead in the water with my turbine for my HVLP not back from the shop yet. I am working on a double dog dish for a Great Dane!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:45 am 
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Finishing up an order for five "cheese boards" for a customer. Christmas gifts for next year!!! :shock: :confused: Plan ahead I guess...
And working on my "popsicle stick" entry. This is going to take some time and thought. :roll: :lol: :lol:

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Done alittle work on the rocking chair yesterday, maybe somemore this afternoon.

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Shopping at Lowe's and Home Depot for my bathroom re-do. Fun shopping......not so fun spending the $$$$

I need to spend some time in the workshop cleaning and straightening up--that's as close to actual woodworking that I will get :cry:

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taking down the lights this weekend-- thinking of taking down a couple of plywood reels for the lights (so I don't curse so much next year)

Also giving the shop a good clean and beginning designing my next project (a hall storage table for LOML)

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Still out of town for the holidays :( . Heading home tomorrow - seems like we've been gone forever.


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Hey Guys,

I'm in the middle of repairing a half dozen public benches in my neighborhood. They are very beautiful and intricate teak benches, but not really the best design for public use. I've decided to repair them as an act of guerilla goodness, using my own materials and on my own time.

After I finish the repairs., I'll suggest that they be replaced with Hyde Park style benches. They are much better suited to public spaces and should be good for about 30 years or so.

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bought some rough stock 4/4 poplar to practice on with the jointer and planer. so far I am very good at tapered lumber :confused: Luckily it was cheap wood so I can keep at it :)


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TV surround is gone and working on a cash drawer for the Jaycees.
Shop is heated but too few hours in it.

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