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  1. Its been cold and I haven't turned much. Today it did warm a bit and I turned an old glue up of Osage orange and purple heart that I had laying around. I think I have made one nearly like it a few years back and had this piece left over. (just found it) It is very small, bout 1.5" long. Just the size she likes.
  2. I have a 3 car garage and the 2 car side door broke a spring. So I called a garage door repair guy to install the new springs. So since my wife's car was parked on the 2 car side I had to move things around to open the single car side so that the guy could get in. So I moved my table saw and then got the single car door unlocked (note: that door has not been opened for about 3 years so there was a lot saw dust build up and spider webs). So once I got the door open I had to move my scrap wood cart. What I did not expect was finding out that I am a recovering scrap wood hoarder and was unprepared to deal with the weight of the wood cart. So once I got the single garage door open I almost got a hernia trying to move it out onto the driveway. So the garage door guy got the new springs installed and headed out to his next job. So I swept up all the sawdust and went to roll the scrap cart back into the garage and out of the 6 wheels on the cart I had 3 of them all fail due to the weight. So I figured that it was time to get rid of most of the scrap. I ended up filling up the back of my pick-up more than half full and took it to the dump. I did save some of the old scraps and exotics and was able to get the scrap cart back in the garage using a 2 wheel hand truck. It was sad as I had to toss the scrap wood at the dump, but it had to be done. On the way home I swung by Home Depot and picked up 6 new swivel wheels of better quality.
  3. So there we were, finally splitting wood for our wood burner, split one that had a branch coming out. My grandson says, "Not, that is a great looking piece of wood". After taking a send and third glance, I agreed with him. Saved out out and kept splitting. Then we ran onto another interesting piece. Again, saved it out. After many hours of planing, I finally got a useable piece of wood to scroll. Only problem is - I do NOT know what kind of wood it is. Maybe y'all can help me with it. Below are a couple of pictures of the slab. After getting it this far, the wife and I started looking for a pattern that would work on this 13" x 18" piece of wood. Came up with the following. Interesting, eh? OK, for the other piece. Did not get a "before" picture but the final product is really neat I think. Here is another cutting of my "Native American Portrait" pattern. The slab is about 17" tall. Happy sawdusting, folks.
  4. Here's the start of a little project made from some scrap pieces of Oak I got from my friend Ron who passed away the 23rd of September. I'm sure Ron would have got a kick out of this project. It will end up being a test bed style computer case. The lower section is an old AT style case from the old 486, Pentium 1 days. I'll be using it for mounting my power supply, drives, etc.. Here's the Oak frame that will be replacing the old beige plastic front. It's not quite finished, but will give a hint of where this is headed. Front of frame. Rear of frame. Sliding door set in place.
  5. Here is something that is really useful and makes use of your colorful wood scraps, FRIDGE MAGNETS Glue scraps together or just use a small chunk of waste. Super magnets are available and I got some of mine at HD
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