The Old Priory Bed and Breakfast
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... taught me is to look at other peoples furniture and use ideas in my own designs.
After the Easter holiday break, construction got underway in earnest. The basic frame and carcass of the cabinet is a mixture of solid and veneered partitions, and I was pleasantly surprised how relatively easily I managed to pull it all together. What would have been a painstaking process six months ago was almost intuitive for me at this stage of the course. I still managed to make a ...
Another interesting and busy week, it flew past. I cant believe that three weeks have gone by already.
The week got off to a productive start with the completion of the turning of my legs. In the end I made five legs as my first attempt did look a bit too different to all the rest, it wasn't quite as slender, the the foot was a tad on the chubby side, and the beads at the top were all over the place. It won't go to waste though as I'll use it ...
On this morning's jaunt around the fields ajoining the caravan site two things happened aside from the usual.
Bertie met his first donkey. As is usual with Bert when he meets something new he woofed at it uncertainly then started wagging his tail and ...
... dress birthday in Newcastle while Skinner headed back to Lancaster for Cushy and Wheels' joint 30th.
They were sure to be belting party's but, after going through theworldtrip's great adventure and still missing each other now they were apart, Skinner threw his annual Burns Night party a week later where he and Beth informed the honoured guests that they would be getting married by the end of this summer.
But that's another ...
... My cogs are a bit worn, but the chain should stretch into it in a day or two without too much difficulty.
When loading up the bikes the next morning, Brian noticed that the welds on his pannier racks were broken through. That would explain the rattles and shakes he’s been experiencing with the gear as of late. But a little string and some duct tape, and who needs welding? They’ve held themselves throughout the day, ...