I just installed the first cabinets for the kitchen in Delaware. Old Picture. You can see my Greene and Greene Thorsten table that was entered in a LumberJock challenge. New picture. The counter top is from the old cabinet. i plan to ...
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Location: georgetown, de, 19947
Home handyman. I got it from my dad. He was an farmer, before I was born. And you always had to do everything for yourself.
I helped him, started early. basicly I never hired anyone to do anything for me. (Except a roof - I put an Aluminum one on the barn but for the house I flet someone else do it. I've hired a few day laborers to assist with some of the things.
Added on rooms, rebuilt the kitchen, built the barn for horses, did the fencing. I enjoy doing those things. But at 66 it get a little more tiring and a little slower.
-- Retired in Delaware
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Well today I got to working on the second bench. I assembled it and brought it over to the deck and trimmed up the straight bench and the curved bench so that they fit in the corner of the deck. I then went and got the trim router with a...
Well is was a good day for working outside. A little cloudy, a little sunny, a few drizzles, but nothing to make it unbearable. I failed to take pictures of the straight bench being made, but, here it is. The seat is 14 1/2” wide (...
Well I finally got the electric problems taken care of and so i screwed down the last two deck boards. These boards butt up against the two light poles. And I did the finish cutting of the curve. So here are the details: I mentioned earlier,...
Someone asked the question if I was going to treat the wood that I used on the posts. That was something that I forgot, and i was planning to write about when I made the posts and enches. When I was at the big orange home supply center I saw...