Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Mini chest

Working with reclaimed lumber I usually have created bigger items but I got an idea to create something smaller and a little faster.

Starting out with a nice reclaimed board like this one that needs a little cleaning up.

On the table saw I cut it to length. And a rough sanding.

For creating a lid I set the table saw to have a 17 degree angle and cut 1 inch strips.

I used painters tape to line up and glue the steps together and form the lid.

Leaving the lid to set over night everything had lined up pretty good and only need a little glue removal and sanding.

I added a couple of blocks to finish the lid. Attached it to a same size box with Hinges and finished it with a couple of oil treatments.

Yes this will fit a bottle of wine 😃 

Friday, November 12, 2010

Polo exhibit (WIHS)

At this years Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) there was a special section with a polo exhibit match.

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I got a good collection of photos from both behind the scenes and the match itself.
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2010 polo exhibit (WIHS)

Sunday, February 21, 2010

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Saturday, January 30, 2010

A snowy day

On a snowy day like we had today I finally got to play around with the light setup that I had been thinking about for a while.

It did help that we (Emma and I) had been watching a few online videos and she was excited about recreating the setup.

I have posted a description of the process and photos from the steps in the Three light setup post.

Here I wanted to share a few of the outtakes. It is amazing the amount of different faces a 5 year old girl can have ;-)