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Dungeon Remodel. The Drill Til Project

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Must be nice to have  dedicated wood shop to rearrange?

Constantly amazed at all you turn out in the space you have!

Organization & Efficiency...and those are with capital O's & E's:)

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Well done, and while I'm typing I just realized I've been misspelling your name in my gatherings pots. Sorry....I'll get it right from now on.

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It is a good idea.  But I store a lot of things in the rafters since it is convenient. 

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Hey, where's the cat? Not stuffed in that drawer too is he?:lol:

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3 hours ago, steven newman said:

Cat had a "hot date" outside...reverted back to being an Alley Kat....

Out "catting around" huh? That'll get him in trouble:lol:

3 hours ago, steven newman said:

Also found a second mallet..

So you really have been using @lew's mallet all along then?:D

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You did make sure @lew's mallet and the other mallet didn't get mixed in with the yellow tote trips didn't you?:P Don't over do it...sub out the heavy trash bag hauling up the stairs.

I'm here for the next episode of the Dungeon Shop Do-Over

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Now that the fire pit has been lit it's time to take a break Steve. I'm exhausted just looking at these photos.

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Got my binoculars on and zeroed in.^_^

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Well, Monday is gone, Tuesday has arrived....and I promptly made a mess in the shop, to open things up.messy.jpg.8ad0c25d2a71b9c4a5b47c38bf7bb436.jpg

Nice clean floor?   Tracked the culprits down...still had shavings in them..

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Seems I hand planed the two long side pieces, and this top panel, until they were flat...

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Lid?   As for the sides..

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I had already planed the ends, Sunday..

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Which now leaves these to work on..

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Might make these into a bottom panel?   There was some talk about the difference between a smoother, and a jack plane...mainly how "tight" the mouth opening should be...

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Something like this?  #4 vs #5.   While digging out the piles of junk this morning, found a couple "accent" pieces..

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Just a couple Walnut scraps....be a shame to burn these two....

Ok, to clean out the hole in the wall....I had to pick up and carry this thing out of the way..

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And proceeded to drag all the mess out to where I can pick through it, and then toss the trash out.. Have load #4 ready to go out the door..

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Some of thr "Treasures"  I found back in there...

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An old Plough plane...#4 is there for "scale"   needs a LOT of rehab work done....some other time...next..

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A Stanley Handyman square...next..

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Original boxes, for a couple of my block planes, and..

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Anybody need a 5/8" plug cutter?   One other piece of "scrap"

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A 6/4 piece of Maple....might be good for a few handles? 

Emptied out a wheeled trash can....when I get things back to "Normal" in the shop....I can sweep up and dump into the can. 

 

Might be another 4 loads in there?

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Will have to wait, until the firepit has a chance to burn down a bit....maybe this evening?   We gaining on it....

Stay tuned....and bring some Marshmallows...

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