Category Archives: Woodturning

Turning Once More

I can hardly contain my excitement. I actually got the lathe fired up today and turned something for the first time in almost a year. It’s really hard to put into words how good it feels to be turning again. … Continue reading

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Much More Constructive

Or perhaps more destructive? We managed to spend a few hours on Saturday taking the old cabin apart and moving a large amount of the contents. All in 28°C heat. Probably 2 more trips by car, then a single van-load … Continue reading

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Lucky White Heather

So this weekend was a disaster, hobby wise. I had planned to spend Saturday dismantling the inside of the container and ferrying stuff over to the aircraft hangar. Weather forecast was good, power tool batteries fully charged. Friday I was … Continue reading

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Looking to the future

It is now over a year since I last posted anything on here, and almost a year since I turned anything. In the last 10 months I have been involved in redecoration and re-modelling of our home, then placing it … Continue reading

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I’m Still Turning

I have neglected this platform for a while. Mainly due to the horrible “new” editor interface, and Wordmess adopting the same development strategy as Facebook, where adding bells and whistles is more important than customer satisfaction. I have a free … Continue reading

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Candlestick Phone Revisited

I was inspired by a blogger I follow to revisit a candlestick telephone project I did when I first started turning. The original was a reasonable attempt for a new turner. Not bad, in my opinion, considering I had been … Continue reading

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Wordmess at it again

Now it seems the old style stats page has gone. I can no longer quickly see who has been visiting my blog. When I open the stats page the fan on the laptop cranks up, and my system resources are … Continue reading

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