We have some talented customers! This is someone’s layup of there next project…
Poetic Justice – an innovative idea by Bruce Obee of North Saanich, BC
The dreaded miracle moulding has made a comeback as something useful—a drying rack for oiled fir.
Forget bird houses, these days it’s all about the bees; mason bees to be precise. We’ve all heard of the decline in honeybees and habitat loss but at $1+ per cocoon, we’ve hesitated and our fruit trees seem to produce just fine.
A month ago, we discovered that Jan’s dad had made these same bee houses. Without any cocoon purchases (rent must have been cheap enough) they were pretty much all rented out for the season. And by the following weekend, we had our own homes up and running. We’d become proud official so to be bee keepers trying to make a difference.
In-house Inspiration – Built by Ove Nielsen (Jan’s dad)
Always happy to chat about projects, Jan mentioned his new venture to a friend whose comment was “but you’ll be stealing someone else’s ‘paid-for’ bees”. And here I thought we were simply attracting errant bees in need of a hospitable refuge……and don’t the babies need a home to return too?
Apron Nesting Tables
By Paul Miller
The walnut solids are ebonized with ferrous ion solution and the tops are identical four way matches of Walnut burl.
There’s a Lumberjocks project post here. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/105156
And a build blog here. http://lumberjocks.com/shipwright/blog/series/7468
David Phillips of the Richmond Carvers Society would like us to remind all our talented wood carver customer about their upcoming show:
Saturday 30th May and Sunday 31st May 2015
Last year more than 770 people viewed the 243 carvings exhibited by 94
carvers. Please help us to exceed last year’s numbers.
All information, the prospectus and entry forms are available on the RCS
website: www.RichmondCarvers.com .
Please plan to exhibit, attend and support our show.