I got a call..no, not a turkey call… from a customer in New Jersey. Seems she just loves these turkey yard art projects but cannot get anyone to make them for her. She wanted to know if I could do them.
With some scrap log bits, there must be something that can be made from it.
We will have a set of plans available in the online store for this project soon. This 5ft tall polar bear momma and 3ft tall baby bear are so cute! Easy to put together and take apart, stores flat too.
Continue reading 3D Momma and Baby Polar Bears
I find that when I need to take my mind off of the day to day things, I go into the workshop. However with no power, there’s not a lot I’d like to do with manual tools. I do have my chainsaw, so I set about creating some wood chips. Continue reading Turkey Log Bird
We are in the middle of a power outage here, not much to do other than walk around and assess the damage and then clean up. This tree is on the north side of the house. Its easy to see what the strong winds have done.
Continue reading Hurricane Matthew 2016
While at the craft sale yesterday in Halifax, a man walked by with his two dogs and stopped for a chat. He mentioned to me after seeing the log reindeer that I should make a dachshund. Ok, I said. And now here you have it! 🙂
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
Today at the Bluejays training camp, we have a double header in play. 🙂
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
So this just happened. It happens occasionally overhead but rarely does the eagle soar for so long. Scrambled to run into the house to get the camera. Still a blurry image but best I could do with a maxed out zoom on a moving target a couple hundred meters overhead.