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Ron Dudelston

Friday, January 4, 2019. What’s on Your Weekend Agenda

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Here we are on the first Friday of a brand new year.  I trust everyone survived all of the New Year’s festivities.  I wonder how long it will take us to write 2019 instead of 2018....... This year rings in with a full range of shop activities for yours truly.  Tomorrow, I have an appointment to measure a semi circular mantle for a home renovation here in town.  It should be challenging but fun.  I have a California king bed to build and a pair of cherry bookcases for a local dentist’s office.  So, Happy New Year!  What’s on you Patriot Woodworker Weekend Agenda?

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just shipped off a salt cylinder holder to my sister....and was in such a hurry, i forgot to get a pic.  oops.

 

piece of Wenge, 12-1/2" long, 3" tall, 1-3/4" deep, with eight 7/8" holes drilled into it, each 1-3/4" deep, to hold various flavored salt cylinders (like test tubes) for her kitchen.

 

that's very hard wood.

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Back to working on the PC build. 

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Worked today, you know the kinda stuff you used to do for pay. Got 3 coats of lacquer on the presentation box yesterday and may put on another. Started yesterday on a box to carry the turning club computer and cameras. Just have two weeks til the meeting.

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If it keeps dry until Sunday, that may be enough drying time to get the lawn mower out and do some of these weeds growing in the back yard.  Walked around in it today and it is still wet from all the rain.  Maybe, by Sunday, if not then on Monday.  The wind has already stopped blowing.  I may have to get out the blower and dry the grass enough to get the lawn mower.  Wish me luck.  LOL

 

Steve in the busy little town of Pensacola

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It stopped raining here yesterday so I moved cars around to free up shop space.  After a bit of cleanup I started to build a small corner table.

 

Hey @kmealy; if you are still sleeping at night you might consider giving that up.  I need to take a break just reading what all that you have going on!:BugEyeSmiley:

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14 hours ago, lew said:

sanding

Lew,

I can relate, I'm wearing so many Band-Aids from my fingers cracking open I can barely hold on to anything. :(

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1 hour ago, Larry Buskirk said:

Lew,

I can relate, I'm wearing so many Band-Aids from my fingers cracking open I can barely hold on to anything. :(

 

Put a nice daub of Neosporin under the bandaid.  Works wonders.

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1 hour ago, Larry Buskirk said:

from my fingers cracking open

Fix that..

https://www.dollartree.com/bulk/Udder-Cream

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