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  1. Another Mixed Hardwood End Grain Board

    Hot off the press today with another 3 near complete (pics to follow). Really pleased with this one as the end grain showed some gorgeous colouring and detail. Oak, Ash, Padauk, Sapele, Maple and Beech. Rounded finger holds added using a 1/4" bull nosed router bit. Dimensions - 450mm x 320mm x...
  2. Kayaking in Maine

    This relief carving was done as a memento of kayaking in Maine & Nova Scotia. While visiting Deer Isle I got the urge to do some carving, but had no wood. We stopped in a local gift shop where I had seen some bird carvings and asked the woodcarver where to get basswood. He said, "I think I have...
  3. headgear display case

    I made this for a militaria collector who does a fair bit of public displays and need something big enough for a high profile headgear
  4. Woodland Place benches (4)

    Recently, I was approached about providing furniture for a room in the assisted living home where my mother lives. It is an enclosed porch that over looks a courtyard. The courtyard is due for development and planting by a local Master gardening group and the little room will be a great place...
  5. Maple Butcher Block Table

    Well this project is now complete. All in all it turned out alright I think. Ran into a few snags here and there but its a learning experience sometimes. I really enjoyed making this butcher block table and have already started on some other butcher block and cutting board projects as well. As...
  6. Hand Tools
    My wife and I are planning a leaf peeping trip this fall and will be in the New England area. Any especially interesting woodworking tool, lumber, schools, and such wood related sites to visit? Glenn "Woodketeer"
  7. Wood & Lumber
    Hi, I'm sure that this question has been asked before, but I haven't (apparently) hit on the correct search terms, so a pointer to a previous discussion would be great. Being new to woodworking (still have that new-woodworker smell - lots of fear mixed with sweat and tears :-), and having read...
  8. Blogs
    Woodworks In Maine My wife and I recently drove our daughter down to a girls camp near Waterville, Maine where she will be working for the summer. Since we always enjoy visiting Maine and we were already nearby we decided to spend a few days touring the Rockland and Camden area. This gave me...
  9. Wood & Lumber
    My father and I have been jawing about cutting down some trees on his land in Weld, Maine, and having a portable sawmill operator come to mill it for us. Well, we finally did it at the end of September. We milled up a whole pile of hard maple, ash, and white birch. The sawmill owner/operator...
  10. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I'm headed to Maine again next week for a bit of a vacation and shopping spree. If anyone has any suggestions of what to see or where to go while there it would be appreciated. I'm interested in old tool shops and cool woodworking related places. Last year I visited: Captain Tinkham's Emporium...
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