Well, the footlocker made it back from a week at camp without
suffering too much. The Scoutmaster wanted to wrap it up in a blanket
when he saw it but I asked him to just put it on the flatbed with the
other lockers. I wanted both it and the boy to come home with a few
character marks worthy of the name.
The attached photos are sort of an experiment in a couple of senses:
First, I wanted to see if posting all the photos in one message made
the message too big.
Second, I'm testing the camera to see if the focusing is screwed up.
My daughter tells me that my camera is not taking sharp photos
anymore. They do look a little fuzzy to me and maybe I'll get Charlie
Self to help me out with this.
The previously posted photos were of the box prior to completion.
These photos show the hardware mounted, screws dusted and interior
trays made up.
Also, the Elevation shot shows the sacrificial QSWO runners in place
per Swing's suggestion. Other than the hardware, these are the only
parts that have mechanical fasteners. I thought it best if they could
be easily replaced.
Thos. J. Watson - Cabinetmaker