I've seen that one, but it doesn't seem to be small enough to worry about
making one of those over a normal periodish style shaving horse. Mine is
about 5' long, and the entire thing can be disassembled in less than a
minute to a bunch of easily stacked boards. Of course it might be
different if I were going to be manually hauling it out into the woods or
On Thu, 2 Sep 2004 kjworz@... wrote:
> I don't know if this has been mentioned before, but there is a novel
> shave horse design here: http://members.aol.com/bodgerbord/bord.html
> While not Period it does have the advantage of being "Pennsic" size,
> easy to pack in a vehicle that is already overstuffed with your kit.
> Perfect for when you get the hankering to drawknife something.
> -Chris Schwartz
> Silver Spring, MD
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