got it. thud simple. thanks.
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got it. thud simple. thanks.
time for a trip to liberty, eh?
Actually, the logan isn't set up at the moment, gonna have to go with the atlas :P
Bob posted 77,777. you should buy a lottery ticket :P
I'm rebuilding wood shell blocks, and some of the sheave bearings need replacing. The net hasn't yielded what i need yet, anyone have some leads to parts like these?
BTW, regarding the gloves, loose clothing and long hair: you really don't want to google "lathe accident images" OK? just sayin.
Yup the screw feed comes in handy too
refresh my memory.. aren't the racing canoes 3-log, the bugeye at Chesapeake Maritime Museum is 9 log...and the 5-log canoes were known as brogans?
Ian, how many verses do you know to that song?
Hot peppers and tequila works too :P
wait, where's my bed?
you're among friends
Oh, a detail...hinge the left and right supports opposite each other....prevents a push on the top from rolling both supports over.
to solve the height issue, build a 'flip-up' cleat under the top. A pair of cross supports hinged together that is pegged into the underside of the top. This would require the top not be...
Thanks for the link!
That looks a bit like 'swallow'! (and yes, it is a bit nipply out of my envelope! :P )
I have no idea of the country of origin. There's an inked stamp that's illegible on both sides of the piece. I assume these are indication of permissible import material permits.
Specific gravity of Madrone is between .6 and .8
>"large pieces of madrona lumber warp severely and unpredictably during the drying process, it is not used much. Madrone is burned for firewood"...
another good candidate; the pores are small, though, and it's not particularly difficult to work, although quite hard.
It does have characteristics mentioned in the above link, although not as bubblegum pink as suggested. Didn't notice rays either. I turned a piece, it works beautifully, with no tear-out. It's...
Here's some very heavy (density greater than 1) red wood cut from a pallet runner. I've been guessing as to it's species after putting it into the sink, (it sunk) there's not a lot of choices for...
....where's my cross peen maul?
I never know where I'm going to wake up next......
Thank you Yeadon!
As in any first time visit to a place as wonderful as PNW, there was much I couldn't do because of time constraints. There are many people I've 'met' here that I didn't get to...
Is there ever?
>I filled that bucket on the list...
I think I only half filled the bucket, I call do-over! ;)
The beer was good, the company better...but please identify yourself! I couldn't hear squat because of the band :P
I filled that bucket on the list! Yeah!
OK, I've pleaded my case. lets hope pressgang won't be needed.
Cwap. I'm @ work till 19:30 at the main gate.
I'm volunteering at the festival, mostly in the afternoons. What time do you gather in the beer tent?
I'm a stranger in these here parts....where's the EBS?
I'll be camping @ Fort Worden.
put some names to the photo? Please?
wow.. where is everyone?
Fog, I'd like to sail in the area too. People in the PNW claim their sailing is the best in the world, just as Mainers claim this area is the best... I'd like to test that assertion :P
I'm having difficulty finding reliable information.
"Edwin Lyman, a physicist in the Union of Concerned Scientists Global Security Program and former president of the Nuclear Control Institute,...
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
The OP site updated today:...
I'm thinking Pacific coast mariners/beachcombers/residents might want to carry a handheld radiation detector
Thank you Margo. I'm checking this thread several times a day looking for your posts. Strength, girl. <3
1565–75; < early Italian schifo < Old High German scif ship
Margo, Hugs to you and Claudia. <3