Folks, I received a note from Jeff Lohr, with a bit more info on his program. Here's an excerpt...
“Thanks for the fine write up on the blog and the effort you put forth to publish something about our project in Ghana, W. Africa. This effort was both founded and to this day remains in a primarily woodworking based community. You should know that 90% of the funding for this project has come solely from private and personal donations from the students that have attended my Practical Woodworking Course that I offer 8 weeks out of each year when I am able to schedule such classes around regular commission work. I am proud to say that each student based their donations and support for this project on the value of their own woodworking experience here at my shop in Schwenksville, PA. Nonetheless, we are in constant need of funding to keep our high quality grassroots project on track so your piece about us on the BLOG may generate some private interest in getting us much needed additional support from the USA based woodworking community.”
I'm still trying to get all the manure out of the crevices in the soles of my shoes. Garrett does have a special life. Thanks for the comments (and background on farm safety)
I'd join that league...
There goes one Final Four prediction... See ya, W. VA.
Great tips. Thanks for sharing...
I don't recall that article, but I'd be happy to help you with any of your questions about joints.
Memphis, 70s is a nice temperature range for applying epoxy. Just be sure those ducks from the Peabody don't tread on it. As for the detritus, a little calamine goes a long way toward keeping it under control.
Exactly, but I think my language during and after the fall may have been a bit more ... colorful.
I loved that playscape dad.
Thanks for the compliments...
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