Monthly Archives: July 2016

Organisation and Three Quarters.

or One man’s trash is another man’s treasure…. I nipped out yesterday to pick up some furniture board, Mdoof, and timber being given away via freecycle. This has started another frenzy of re-organisation in the shed. When I dismantled my … Continue reading

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Organisation and a Half

I’ve been working at trying to tidy my work spaces, which has not been easy. All of the cabinets are rammed with various bits & bobs, so getting stuff squared away has been difficult. The first back wall panorama didn’t … Continue reading

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Organisation

Since moving to the new cabin, I have been working in a bit of a guddle. The storage has been disorganised, and much of the work space has been cluttered. I started tidying up at the lathe and worked anti-clockwise. … Continue reading

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Started on the pile

I made a start converting some of what I gathered from the tree surgeon into turnable blanks. My poor wee band saw was screaming, right at the limit of what it can cut. It managed however, and I was able … Continue reading

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Change of plan Sunday

Normally on a Sunday, we do the weekly food shop. People always say we should shop online and have it delivered. I’m a little anal about my fresh fruit & veg though, and have to select and inspect every piece … Continue reading

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