Arks and introductions
- Eirikr wrote:
> Oh well, my next question was going to be "whatCharles Joiner wrote:
> did you do with other arks that you had built..."
> Well, the first one sank. So we built another one, but that sank, too.Hi -
> built a third, which caught fire capsized, and sank. Undaunted, we built
> another one, which stayed afloat. Trouble is, with all these wrecks in
> harbor, we can't go anywhere with it.
I want to second Eirikr's request to have pictures posted to the files, even
if it's only temporarily.
Nice to be on the list!
Also, Charles & Eirikr - do you know each other? If not, I can introduce
Su of the Silver Horn, Caid
Su Ralston, Fullerton, CA
> Hi -I put it into my folder
> I want to second Eirikr's request to have
> pictures posted to the files, even
> if it's only temporarily.
Never did get any responce to the
question to the list....
" What do you do with your scrap that is
too big to throw any, but too small for
I've made pattens with some and small boxes
and chests ( that normally give given away
as gifts ) but I'm looking for new small ideas...
I've been using mostly poplar, but my source
for small scraps has dried up. I'm gonna be
digging into that stash of white oak I got last
year for the next few big projects.
Here is another idea...
Do we want to suggest a themed project
for the list and then see what we all come
up with? For example, everyone makes a chest
or a stool and we share pictures and stories...?