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  1. What solutions actually work to keep you hand tools where you want them. I normally work on the house if I do the work it is the spouses job to clean up. Should I put them all in places where the outline can be painted where they rest? Should I cut out felt in there profile same as paint but more protective? Should I just label drawers and shelves with what goes here? Should I get out only one tool at a time and then put it back? Should i get the set of tools out and confrim they are put back where I wanted them? What works in your shop?
  2. www.sltrib.com/news/2019/03/19/utah-pilot-killed-world/?fbclid=IwAR2NUvlbY1CnRdEUB-cuqVlatBR5X-9PTv33hAsIg6ulWfCQFWfV27d9F7w I like this.
  3. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Inside the Maloof customer gallery, this is where potential customers come and place orders. This chair is one of his earlier models, you can tell by the straight back support spindles, later he started curving the back for lumbar support.
  4. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    This is the front entrance courtyard to the Maloof home, this was the beginning of our tour, the inside of the home was amazing, with his work all over the place, and their art collection.
  5. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    I used to own a Hitachi F-1000A just like this one, I loved mine. But man was it loud!
  6. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Old hand drill press mounted outside the shop of Maloof
  7. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    The smell inside of Maloof's walnut storage barn was incredible. My wife looks on in awe at the figure in the slab walnut.
  8. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    My lovely wife on our 28th Anniversary date to the Maloof compound. This is a separate gallery showcasing the friends of Maloof and their artwork they donated or gifted to the family. The chair is a Maloof, the only Maloof item in this gallery, made of Avocado wood from one of his trees, it was not the best looking Maloof I have seen, the wood did not take his finish very well, and it was blotchy, and I am certain it was not his favorite chair, thus the reason they set here, accessible to the public.
  9. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    24" diameter, made by the Moutlthrop's, I love these vessels, the family is knows for there huge bowls/vessels. You can see their work at http://www.moulthropstudios.com/
  10. John Morris

    Maloof Shop

    From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    I look inside the shop of Sam Maloof, you can view a chair in progress at the end room.
  11. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  12. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  13. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  14. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    Gift to the Maloofs on display at the compound gallery.
  15. From the album: Sam Maloof Site Visit 2019

    The customer gallery is open to potential clients and tours. This is where clients come in, sit down, view the quality, and place their orders.
  16. I found this picture today and it is one of the few I have with me in uniform. My daughter was born 2 days after I left for S.E.A. and I had been home maybe a month when this picture was taken so we had just recently "met" for the first time. BTW, that was a few pounds ago.
  17. When we lived in Ohio, I converted a bedroom into a big sewing room. I built it all, just as she wanted it. That started it. Then her sentences started with "Can you make me?" I made cutting tables, 2 quilting racks, cabinets, shelves and on and on. Happy wife......happy life. When we moved to Colorado, it was the same thing again. Now 10 years later she wanted to reorganize her room again. New shelves, cutting board and so on. I made more than one trip to Good Will with things that she got at garage sales and didn't use I think I finally got to her with my philosophie, Never buy anything, no matter how good the price is, if you don't use it often If I don't use something for a long time, it goes. I've got my half garage shop packed. Another thing that occured to me, I started to climb up a tall ladder to cut a limb that the snow had broken. Hey! I'll be 75 my next birthday........let someone younger do it. If I do damage to me,,,,,,,,,it could take a long time to recover. So maybe I am getting a bit smarter as I age.
  18. Closed on a house Friday morning, this is a first for me but it was an offer I couldn't refuse. 1 Bedroom 1 Bath on half a city lot. I'll probably have lots of questions.
  19. Dad couldn't make it to our Thanksgiving dinner, he was feeling under the weather and the drive down the mountain would have been a tad precarious, as he was feeling dizzy from the medications he's on. So we told him not to fret, we'll bring him some Thanksgiving the next day. My wife packed up a nice care package of food for him, and my son and I headed up the mountain with his food. We like going up there, it's the mountains. I thought I'd share with you all my Dad's place, it's a neat home, situated up on a ridge over looking some wonderful scenery. Dad showed us some of the bird houses he's been working on. These are his creations that he will sell locally at the gift shops and to individuals as well. Here is pops, with my son, his grandson. Dad lives a nice no nonsense life, he's been a bachelor for about 45 years, he doesn't have much room for the frilly stuff, he uses that stove to heat his home, and when the electricity goes out, he'll put a pot of stew up on that old stove. Since his appliances are all electrical, when the power goes out, it's the stove! He has some birdhouses sitting on the side waiting to be painted, he paints them in his home where it's nice and warm. Don't worry, the stove aint on right now, the paint is fine! Here is a view from the front of his home. This is looking out the window at the stove area. He has birdhouses all over his property, he built this wind screen a few years back and put a bird house atop it. By the way, the dog is Suzy, his Beagle, best friend, and profound varmint hunter. Dad standing in front of the shop he and I built back in 2005. This is where he'll hang most of the day, building, inventing, and just staying out of trouble. This day, I have never seen his shop look so clean, he typically has about a half foot of shavings and dust on the floor. Here's a shot of his cutoff table and general work bench. An ol Unisaw we picked up at a garage sale, and we outfitted it with a Biesmeyer. His assembly table for the birdhouse and other crafts and woodworking. His ol Delta scroll saw. Old Craftsman band saw, I gotta tell ya guys, this ol saw has a ton of features on it, I can't name them right now, but I remember there were just some really cool things going on with this old saw. Another shot of his work bench and wall. He uses this PC belt sander to shape and smooth edges with. Here is a neat view looking out of his shop to the front. Dad's home, an ol single wide built in the 60's. We've had a ton of fun, in this old home. My dad and I lived in a trailer a third of the size of this one throughout my teens up to the point I joined the Army. After I ETS'd out of the Army, I returned to live for a while longer in our trailer till I was steadily on my feet. Dad was and is always there for me. Some more of his birdhouses. These stairs he made from leftovers he found around the neighborhood, they get us down to the lower level of his property. My dad does things like this, he'll build for minimum needs, and it works! He is a true minimalist. Here is a nice image of his home, with the shop. A couple more birdhouses he built Thanks for following along my pictorial of my dad's place and his shop. There isn't much he can't do. He's from the old school of thought, and I love him dearly for it. His philosophy is "use only what I need, nothing more nothing less". I have seen him stretch a pot of stew over 5 days, and make a 20 dollar bill last a week. He was raised on the farm in New York and his family later moved into the city of Aurora ILL. where his dad blue-collared a life. My dad served in the Navy, he was a corpsman stationed in San Diego's Balboa Medical Hospital in the late 50's. He's just a great ol soul, I love him.
  20. Version 1.0.0

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    This is a scanned document of the now defunct Workbench Magazine of this era. Permission was granted by the new Workbench Publication for The Patriot Woodworker community to copy and use the old Workbench Magazine at our pleasure, and for free distribution and re-use.
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