What happens when you’ve lived in a wood house for over 25 years AND you’re next to a CRD park full of trees? More specifically the question is what doesn’t happen?!
My lovely little “Sori-bashi” – bridge with an arched appearance – was literally falling about after 20 years. Made of yellow cedar, it was riddled with bugs; even two of the treated rail-road ties had been eaten to bits.
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
The saga continues with the work on Danny’s old house. This time he’s removing and replacing rotten window sill.
Repaired some insect damage in window jambs with epoxy also replaced a structural beam under the window (original damaged by carpenter ants some time ago.) Making new brackets to be structural. Originals were rotted! Will be coating those with an epoxy barrier coat.
Removed all the sash (5 total) stripped them and will be repainting this weekend. Also replaced all the sash cords for the counter weights.
Just like repairing a wooden boat.
Thanks to this month’s contributors for submitting photos and details of there projects.
Yellow Cedar Chest
His photo also came with this lovely testimonial, thanks David!
Many months ago, you folks helped me in my search for some top-of-the-line yellow cedar for a carving project. You found a log on North Vancouver Island. It was milled shipped to you, and you alerted me to its arrival. I came, selected some pristine timber and went away poorer but happy! The project was a wedding present for my son and now daughter-in-law. You asked if you could have a photo of the results, which delighted all concerned. Many thanks again to all of you for your fine service and knowledge.
Guitar & Douglas-fir Bar
Patrick Poulin made the beautiful guitar, it was a hobby project and will be his first and last guitar. Come on Patrick! We know talent when we see it!
Kevin Morrin made the bar top and had this to say about his West Wind experience:
I found a great slab of fir in your loft this fall, and you help plane and cut the mitres. It all came together really well and I’m really happy with how the bar top ended up looking. Thanks for the extra time spend addressing some issues with the measurements. On the hunt for another project now!
Great Kevin, you know where to find us!
Our customer Matt Dolmage was busy over the holidays with creating more beautiful guitars and speakers.