I've got a couple of feelers out for this book, but about given up.
Instead I think I'll buy a couple of other books that I don't have.
Ah, that reminds me. Had to make the trek to Raleigh today to
visit an eyeball doctor. On the way back stopped in at my favorite used
bookstore. Loads of books that'd answer a lot of questions some of you
guys have been asking. Books on finishing, refinishing, weekend
projects, tools, and what all. I didn't need any of that ilk, but did
pick up a neat book on making wooden decoys. I suppose you could call
it a pukey duck instruction book. Some of you guys really need to visit
a few used bookstores. The books whee I go usually range somewhere from
about $1 to about $7 a book. Well worth it in most cases.
Custom philosophizing done. No job too small; must be indoor work, with
no heavy lifting.