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You've got a good sized space and a good selection of tools all you need to do is ad some spare time, stir and those projects will just start popping like Orville's popcorn in a hot microwave!
 

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Year one for me was a handsaw, jig saw, pistol drill with a sanding disk, hammer and nails. Your off to a great start.
 

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All I see is the Thor mallet;-)

You'll be surprised at how much it'll change over the years to come.
 

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Nice Jordan. Do you tune that mower using the scary sharp method?
 

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Luckily the push mower is self sharpening.

BRK that mallet has already changed a ton but its abused and used constantly.
 

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Looks like a great start, Jordan. It'll be fun to watch the evolution.

BTW, what's the hatchet? I just recently purchased a single bevel head off ebay, modified a hickory axe handle to fit and am starting to learn how to actually use it.
 

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Its a single bevel hatchet..
It is very old, it has tooling marks from a blacksmith.
It appears to be somewhere between a Kent and a Hewing axe of sorts..

I use it all the time along with my 1930's Keenkutter axe
 
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