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Favorite Old Tool(s) #7: Grandfathers' Tools

09-07-2007 05:10 AM by Paul | 8 comments »

A Stanley 5 Jack planeA Board ScribeA Draw Knife Each is marked with my Paternal Grandfather’s initials. A neat side note is that I have the die stamps that he used to mark these tools! A Monster MalletA Smith-made draw knifeEggbeater Drill These belonged to my Maternal Grandfather A Stanley 5 jack planeA Stanley 4 smooth planeA Revenoc transitional smooth plane These also belong to my Maternal Grandfather When I get a lull in projects, I need to spend abo...

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Favorite Old Tool(s) #6: Stored out of the way

08-14-2007 09:42 PM by Paul | 3 comments »

Sorry for not posting more. I have several projects stacked up in my shop and I have much of what I haven’t shown (little used favorites) stored out of the way in corners and back spaces. I would have to intentionally move projects out into the drive and dig into the deeper recesses of “my space,” take pics and move it all back. I tend to bang and scratch things when I move them too much, so it will be a while yet. I love viewing Wayne’s finds and would still love ...

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for all to see my work.......has taken me a long time

07-30-2007 11:01 AM by mockmickey | 6 comments »

i would like to invite all wood and art buffs to view my work at www.mockmickey.comi hope you like it…mark mockmickey

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It,s a girl

07-24-2007 11:55 AM by john | 21 comments »

I am happy to announce the safe arrival of my very first grandchild.Her name is Olivia MarieShe was born July 23 rd at 5 pm and she weighed 8 lbs 14 ounces. I will post a few as soon as i can get one. thanksjohn

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'This Old Crack House' #46: The Addition part one ...

07-15-2007 11:29 PM by Dusty | 7 comments »

Selling our existing house was the only major hurtle that had to be overcome before building an addition onto “This Old Crack House”. Coincidently, I’ve held a tool-sale every January in the stain shop. I would sell excess tools. These were refurnished tools that had been replaced with a newer model. Often various manufactures would ask me to test new models and give them feedback. For the most part, they would not expect the tool back at the end of the test and the tool was ours to d...

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