Monthly Archives: March 2012

Pasta Drying Rack for my Lady–and my tummy.

Last September, I took a business trip to Seattle. My lady and I decided to combine it with some pleasure travel to visit her niece in Portland, Oregon. If you’ve never been there, it’s a wine-lover’s and foodie paradise. Even … Continue reading

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Tool Gloats-Estate Sales Pay Off

I’ve always believed in the adage, “into each life some sun must shine.” And so it was recently as I visited two estate sales. As I was checking out Craig’s List on Thursday night, I came across two sales that … Continue reading

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Filling a hole in my saw nest: Rehabbing a panel saw and converting it to rip

I saw a lot of boards in my vise. I also “stub” the toes of my long, 26″ hand saws while using them with my saw bench. The bench is the appropriate height for the knee of a 5′ 6″ … Continue reading

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