I have just set up my new home page, if anyone is interested I have a
number of pictures of completed projects, mainly furniture made from
Western Australian hardwood, jarrah. I also have pictures of my
workshop and some outdoor projects.
Hello from one Engineer to another (I am a Civil Engineer). You have
done a tremendous job in laying out and organizing your shop. Your
projects look very good and well made.
It must be nice to be in a warm clime. My home is in Moncton, New
Brunswick Canada ... a little colder and snowier.
I plan to retire soon and take up woodworking again as a "full time"
hobby. Your web page photos have given me some good ideas on
organizing storage in my shop (ie. 2 car garage).
A great web page! Regards,
Im my ealier days of woodworking I used pine, mainly for kids
furniture, it didn't wear that well so for the last 10 years jarrah
has been my timber of choice.
Earlier designs like my study were finished with varnish hand painted.
Now I use a two part lacquer and spay it on, it has the added
advantage of drying in 5 minutes or so, which keeps the dust of the
finsihed product. It is also very hard wearing.
On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 02:25:37 GMT, "Frank Ketchum"
Wow! You've been a busy lad man. Really impressive stuff. Being a beer
drinker, something other that wood caught my eye also. What is that big
Emu keg on your bar. Does it say Emu Bitter or Emu Beer? I've got to try
It's Emu Bitter but unfortunately it's out of date, so it's only there
for decoration, well maybe if I get desporate I'll open it.
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