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... mistakes, at one point putting the domino machine on the wrong depth setting and drilling through the base of the cabinet. Luckily the hole was at the back of the cabinet, and after a little bit of restoration work it is hardly noticeable.
With the carcass constructed I was desperate to turn my ideas for the legs into reality. I wasn't 100% certain that my idea would work or what it would look like, so I set about building a full size prototype. It took me a week work out ...
... the required length of the panel. My full size drawings came into their own at this point, and I was very careful to double check the exact dimensions. According to the drawing it was 1140mm; a measurement that a week earlier was imprinted on my mind. Armed with the certainty that I had to cut the panel to 1140mm I set off to the machine room to get busy with the saw.
When I had initially cut the timber for the panel from the big long ...
... was terrifying. However whenever I heard the word fish I knew that I could say Muscadet and get away with it.
Actually I have advanced beyond the Fish-Muscadet reflex reaction of a lab rat. I now contend that there are four sorts of wine: red, white, more than four fifty and less that four fifty. You may disagree and you may be right but my tastebuds were destroyed by too much chilli when young, what can I say? ...
... Pulling off into a little Crescent, he worked and worked at it - trying to figure out the reason for the slipping so he could fix it. After awhile, I set off on my bike to scout out and see if I could find a cycle shop or somewhere we could get help. Obviously this problem was out of Brian’s scope of ability at this time. Went up and down to the next town and found nothing. Stopped in at a little store to ask - just in case. ...
... one. These abbeys are all
in ruins now, since they were ransacked by King Henry VIII during the
Reformation. Melrose is famous for being the place where Robert the
Bruce's heart is buried, and Jedburgh is famous for its association with
Mary, Queen of Scots. It was a cold, dreich day as the Scots would say,
but the abbey was quite lovely and the town of Kelso is a really cute
small town. ...
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