Clearly what caught my attention was this old photo showing the tremendous pile of cant beams! Honestly, we will never see piles of wood like that again…ever. But what caught my eye immediately after that was the appearance of a face on the end of one of those beams.
At first glance I thought this was animal droppings but it looks like some sort of mushroom. Anyone know what it is?
Well today is the 1st of October, and what a great day to start the month. We took advantage of the nice Saturday and set about making more reindeer. Continue reading A beautiful start to October
Some visitors today to the garden :). Continue reading Wooden Rabbits
A couple of projects on the workbench today. A trio of Santa Claus made from balsam fir logs, a couple wood maps to frame out and a folding bench picnic table.
This little guy is easy to make from short bits of wood that are probably in your wood pile. You need the following: Continue reading Log Reindeer
The spirit of the Christmas tree in these balsam fir scrap wood pieces remains strong! Prior to painting it, it looked like this a few days ago when I was making the most of left over wood that was piling up on the floor.
The end of July typically tells me we are about half way through our summer. Or is that ‘simmer’? It sure has been a hot month here in Nova Scotia, and little rain fall to show for it.
Continue reading July comes to an end
A slice in time, wood growth rings.
You see logs? I saw logs! 🙂 Really… I cant. 🙂 (A cant is a sawyer’s word for cutting a square timber from a log). (That’s me in the orange t-shirt.)