Run of the mill For Sale signs are kind of boring, but making a really nice sign is overkill. I improved upon the typical form by adding some faux timberframe details. Inspiration. Sketch. Build. Paint. Install.
I've ruined a lot of my favorite tshirts in the workshop, so I'm constantly on the look out for quality replacements. I can usually find decent selection at Old Navy or Target, but they tend to sport goofy graphics that appeal to the 13 year old pre-hipster crowd. Likewise, its easy to find great looking surfing/skateboarding/tool company shirts at Etsy or elsewhere, but always at a hefty price. Recently, I started ordering tshirts directly from the Powermatic/Jet/Wilton webs
The newest Rearden and Lucy get to know each other by the latter sitting on the former. An uneasy Lucy shares the sheet of OSB with inanimate axe parts. If its Friday, then its Chips-and-Beer-and-Stories on the deck with neighbor Jim. His roof is done. Five moose have been hanging around the valley over the past few weeks. This little guy prefers the grass on Heights Hill. Screaming deal at HD on 4" x 24" Bessey Tradesman clamps - $13 a piece (50% off). Much of our wood pile