Monthly Archives: August 2014

Days of rest

That’s me been back at work for a week after my Summer(?) break. Last weekend was spent taking the up-pipe for the primary turbo off my car and welding it. Whomever designed that car needs a kick in the fork. … Continue reading

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Bowled Over

A milestone for me, I turned this little bowl, and managed to keep the grain tear to a minimum. This is achieved by making slicing cuts rather than simply gouging chunks out of the timber. I have been trying for … Continue reading

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What goes with Suzy Salt?

Percy Pepper! A gift to myself at my birthday was a salt & pepper mill grinder kit. I have yet to turn the salt mill, but I turned the pepper mill at the weekend from some maple. The coin is … Continue reading

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Wetter Weekend

We had some fairly heavy rain this weekend. Not that the rain kept me out of the shed, of course. I think I need to replace the start capacitor on my lathe, or at least I hope that’s what it … Continue reading

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