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With a carcass and a set of legs made, it was time to make the solid wood top and the now straight sides. This was probably the most straightforward part of the construction; straight planks, dominoed together and fixed to the carcass. Over the course of the few days that it took to machine and cut the wood I realised that the sweet chestnut planks had some amazing grain patterns and I decided that it would have been a travesty to cover them with a dark stain. So ...
... readership, I've had to make an executive decision, and the wood of choice is olive ash. This afternoon I selected four of the finest looking planks of olive ash that I could lay my hands on, together with what look to me like four short fence posts for the legs. The rough wood already looks amazing, I can see some great grain patterns, together with all sorts of colours including hints of green in the wood.
We are so tantalisingly close to letting ...
... Always one to pursue lesser known ventures, Keith has fallen in love with this route and has now bought the book and is talking confidently about coming back to do the whole 341 kms coast to coast path. Every great long distance path combines two key characteristics, namely, a succession of dramatic landscapes coupled with a broad selection of interesting places to visit along the way. This trail has both in spades and cuts across the ...
... But his bouts of hearty laughter along the ride helped us to see the humor of the situation - although we still weren’t very happy about it.
Problem: cogs worn on the rear cassette. The new chain didn’t fit properly. Supposedly you should replace the chain and cassette together if the chain gets too stretched. (When Brian took off the old chains, they were stretched a full 2 links longer than the new ones). So now ...
... 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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