Since we'd spoke of swings and rockers, recently, I thought I'd pull out a
rocker frame I assembled many years ago. I cut the backrest's heart-shaped
contour off, to make a different one. Have the rocker (arc) stock glued t
ogether. The arms are made of pecan... didn't have any red oak that wide.
Might finish it by spring time.
On Monday, February 1, 2016 at 4:58:06 AM UTC-6, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Not so much woodland on the farm. An occasional (lumber appropriate) tree
will fall or is fell and is milled. Most of my live edge stock was gather
ed, years ago, from hurricane downed trees, from assorted places. Almost
all of my other stock is salvaged lumber, also mostly gathered years ago, w
hen I was younger/healthier.
We call her Mamma Gator. In that pic, she happens to be in the open rice f
ields. There's a slough that runs at the back of the property and there's
more than one mamma, back there. Each year, we always see several family'
s of little gators. Papa gator is rarely seen.... he's more wary and hard
er to spot or photograph.
i recall from previous posts that you have a big supply of material
is it possible to have too much wood for projects
i suppose but it lowers the cost to produce things when you already have
material on hand especially when it was acquired at little to no cost
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