Made from pallet wood and tree branches that blew down in my neighbors yard.
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Hi Mike, like the video and nice job on the shop.
How do you heat the garage? What system do you use?
Been learning it slowly here and there and could use the DVD. Thanks.
One other thing though.
Part of working with wood also involves my connection with my late father who also was a carpenter. That connection follows me and surrounds me like a warm blanket whenever I'm in my shop working some project or another.
Ditto. I'm with you and I couldn't have said it any better.
After watching Mike Pekovich take us thru "Building a Hayrake Table" I vote for Mike replacing Tommy M on Rough Cut. I found Mike's pace very satisfying and thorough overall. I too find the Rough Cut show to be herky-jerky and too fast. Great video Mike. Keep it up.
This book would be a nice incentive for me to finally get my shop in order. Thanks.
Looks like just the book I need to my dining table. Looks good.
I would love to have a small garage/shed of adequate size that I could dedicate solely for a wood shop with windows that let in wonderful natural lighting and that look out onto a forest or meadow where I could spend time crafting my creations. In the summer I would leave the doors open to let in the warmth and breezes and sounds of a peaceful summer day as I quietly hand cut dovetails or plane a table top (that's going to be a secret gift for my wife), meanwhile my dog sits quietly watching my progress and I have no other care in the world. Maybe I'd add a little quiet music too. That's my wish.
There is/was nothing like relaxing on a fall Saturday morning
in front of the TV watching Norm Abram in his workshop. What a true inspiration!
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