I would love getting into your scrap pile .
I have a bunch of salvaged knotty pine out of a house that had a fire . The next tool on my list is a planner .I brought them from Arkansas when I sold the house a coupla years ago , and have had them for 20+ years , just waiting for the right project . They will wall my new room that hopefully I'll get to finish next year . Your projects just give me incentive
psychw2 my DH is a retired Electrician & I hate extension cords
Sally I had to fight for my scrap pile someonr that will go unnamed :) thinks most of my statch should be in the fire pile maybe some of the pine & aspen will go that way but I have plans for every last chip of cedar ... ours is a low end planner but gets the job done.
well no work today its raining & im working out side . going to pickup 12 cow skulls ...
can't wait to see the next thing to turn me green!!! years ago, as I was always involved with horses, I cut out horse shapes and painted them to match my horses for my switch plates...used their mane and tail hair to make them more "real"...I still use and treasure them
they are very simple...lived in N.M. at the time...if you've seen the Indian pottery, they sorta remind me of that...running horse outlines mostly. I know yours will be outstanding like the rest of your "doings"...I'm in a state of permanent "green" LOL
LOL Yeppers I can work in my glass studio when its 100* and fire all 3 kilns .. happy as a clam :)
the first round of boards DH thought they should be thiner then I wanted Grrrr!!! so after cutting the holes the bar is to thin an breaks .. good think I planed somr where I wanted them ...