Man, is it really you? Where in the world have you been? We missed you, we wondered about where you went, we worried about you and if it is really you, we are so glad to have you back!
Any new projects to share?
Thanks V, and glad to see that Butch is still the consummate host at the Treehouse...
I don't know exactly what happened....things came up, then went on a bit of a walkabout.....people were telling me that I needed to get serious...especially my wife ( I at least thought about it)...then one thing lead to another... just got into a different groove for a long spell, but of course was sometimes thinking about you guys, just didn't check in. Hope all is well with ya!
Still in my shop doing woodwork for the most part, but now with the bad economy in these parts, always looking for as much treework as I can come across. Happy to report that I'm a bit more advanced when working at heights now, managed to learn a few things for a change.
Foot getting crushed! Doesn't sound too good. @+*& happens everywhere. Hope you're all betta now!
Welcome back, Jay. You may not remember me since I had just transitioned over here from AS about the time you quit posting, but everyone here spoke highly of you and the pictures of your work were simply amazing. Glad you finally made it back.
Thanks guys, very kind.....good memory OM. Actually, it was a wasp that got me, in particular the "giant asian wasp", the biggest and meanest sucker on the planet. I've killed hundreds of them in retaliation since....a good shot of carb cleaner is the best method that I've found. Not sure which friend that you speak of, OM?
Cobleskill, that wood in the rocker is walnut, but it sure turned out red in the photo for some reason. The white chair is something they call "Sen" over here...not sure if it grows elsewhere. Kind of like a soft elm grainwise.
I can make chairs for skinny butts, just not ones for slippery butts