I don't mean to belabour it,but I am truly sorry about that.
Type: Posts; User: Ron Williamson
I don't mean to belabour it,but I am truly sorry about that.
Is it wet now?
Construction adhesive like PL Premium doesn't mind wet wood.
I'd use screws or bolts for back up.
No leakage from pressure changes?
Notice the beveled top edge of the rail that helps to shed water.
They look lovely,but are ....ahem....difficult,in the long term.
During the Northwest Rebellion in 1885,the Canadian/British hired a Gatling gun and a Gatling employee,Lieutenant Howard, to use it against the 'rebels' led by Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont.
How many pines?
If they all look like the one with your hand on it and there is a decent butt log on a dozen of them,it might be worth it.
The spruces look a bit scraggly and small.
If you already had a chainsaw mill,it's pretty straightforward,but you need a decent sized saw.
The pieces are small enough and would dry quickly enough without needing time in a kiln.
If you only...
Here's some background;
If he is clean, why did he wait so long to say anything?
Wouldn't a simple drug test prove it?
I finally got around to this project.
Using two of these
and one each of these;...
Lots of the place names around here are stolen from somewhere else and aren't too interesting.
I neither heard nor felt anything abnormal today,though A,whose office is upstairs, said that she thought someone had hit the building with the loader or a truck.
We hadn't,but it wouldn't have been...
"If luck is not kind,I'll just stop for that pint."
That's a point of view.
I'd stop for the pint either way.
Quit if it's crap.
I don't see the problem.
It sucks, dollar-wise.
On the bright side,hopefully you'll gain yourself a permanent ride without the hassle or expense of owning a big boat.
I'm not sure why anyone would want something more substantial than the two lags,aside from stainless steel.
It's simple and it works,but will be leaving rust streaks when the zinc electroplate wears...
IMHO this is the reasoning behind most of the safe storage laws that we have.
Guns aren't supposed to to be stored in plain sight and the ammo is supposed to be locked up separately.
We've got 26C(80-odd Fahrenheit).
Sunny and hot for early May in the south end of The Great White North.
The bearing acts as the fence/depth gauge.
The depth of the cut is set by the diameter of the bearing and the diameter of the cutter
I'd get a bit that was a bit narrower than the thickness of the...
We've made a few hundred wooden screen doors since the late '80s.Mostly knotty pine,but several cedar and one or two of cherry and oak,to match the rest of the door set.
Stiles and rails are 1 1/4"...
Donald Branscom installed a Honda air-cooled into a small boat and detailed it on this forum.
Have a look
Wiki says different,and everyone knows they aren't allowed to lie on the internet.
Here's a thread;
Ball carving doesn't sound like fun at all.
Maybe it's an Aus thing.
Fast grown ring-porous hardwoods like oak and ash should be denser, therefore stronger and harder to split, than slower grown material.
The bubbly bits are much weaker than the solid parts.
I kinda figured that my answer was too easy.
Cats are badass.
Whaaaat?No super volcano?
I was under the impression that we were 40K years overdue.
Rob Ford is an obnoxious twit.
Pull out a drawer and give us a look inside.
There needs to be a guide on both sides of the drawer,between the front and back leg/posts or the drawers will flop around.
Sometimes they are tacked...
Snowed here today, too.
Crane does boats in Tobermory on Monday.
If you have snow load to worry about,don't make it wider than it is high.
There are 13 dealers in Quebec.
Our friends have been happy with a Delta in North Channel mud, gravel and rock.
We've been using a 35lb. CQR in the same places and dragged once in soft mud when we didn't set it hard.
It'll be lovely with oil or varnish.
Walnut is a durable middle weight.
Any suggestions that it is too heavy, not strong enough or not rot resistant enough for the interior of a steel boat are...
I don't know FA about this,but in this day and age,wouldn't lots of people be doing the same as you(Paying attention to technicals(whatever they are)) and driving the price to a self-fulfilling...
What's wrong with using Larch-amatack?
Foamies leave bubbles if you work them too hard.
Bubbles from the brush are different from the bubbles caused by air escaping from the pores in the wood.
By the third coat,the escaping air bubbles...
My daughter,almost 20, is just growing out of it.
A year in university seemed to do the trick.
The response, when I complain about this kind of thing, has been,"It's my job,dad."
You must have some good meds if you aren't seeing double.
I like guns and shooting at stuff,especially while drinking lots of beer.
A)They hate long grass,so stop cutting it.
B)If they really are Canadian geese,they will leave if you ask them nicely.
Heat builds up and trips the internal breaker.
Cleaning with air dissipates heat and removes insulation.
Just for shigs you could measure the weight and calculate.
Extra points for calculating,in your head, while you are deciding to pick'em up or put'em down.
The pot police fly over in September.
It's usually a bit after the unmarked,but very yellow,Cessna goes by,flying a pattern.
Otherwise,SAR, Coast Guard doing maintenance,or air ambulance.
The spoil can go alongside,in the wet low spots, to provide a bit of width,and shoulder support.
That's where I'd start.
If I rented a single machine for a couple of days,it would be a 4wd...
Annan is about 40 minutes from here, if anyone wants me to have a look.
IMHO it's a combination of a weather conditions.
The last ten or so years have been quite a bit warmer,so the lakes don't freeze and much water is lost to evaporation during the winter.
There is quality fade,but there is also price squeeze from the other end.
When head office wants a cheaper widget,they just lean on the supplier.
My friend Kevin worked for a fence post...
I've lived here 23 years,but I'm not from here.
Who's the guy that you know? Chris Clayton is the only one I can think of offhand.He had a blue Folkboat ,IIRC with decks like a waterbed.
I'd try Goodfellow in Toronto or Winnipeg, or Tyee timber somewhere near Vancouver just for comparison.
They both are shipping material from out west.
No central heat or indoor plumbing either.
I'd check TSC or Princess Auto for a snow shelter.