Wedderburn Castle

Duns, Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom | Castle
 

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Project Stiletto - Homage to Monsieur Louboutin

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe

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... good job that I find sanding therapeutic!

By the time I finished making the table I have to admit to being ready for it to be complete so that I could get back to making "real" furniture. I'm certainly glad that I undertook the project, it was a huge learning exercise, but unless someone wants to pay me a LOT of money, I wont be rushing to make the matching shoe to make a pair!













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Week 3 - Chopped off something I shouldn't have

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe

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... test leg for practicing the joints that I need to make to attach the legs to the frame of the table. By the time I got to the last leg I had managed to get the time down to about an hour from start to finish, a huge improvement on the first attempt.

Once the legs were done I turned my attention to the final machining of the rest of the components for the table. First up was the front panel. As I hadn't looked at my drawings for a week I ...

Haste Ye Back With Open Arms

A travel blog entry by marybc

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... get a seat were munching take out fish and chips by the marina as we walked home. Good thing it wasn't raining. It also helps that the sun is up until after 10PM.
Next morning we set off to drive around the Isle of Skye. Driving north from Portree the scenery is spectacular. Set off early to avoid the tour buses. Past the Old Man Storr rock, Kilt Rock and Duntulin Castle the road narrows to one of those polka dot roads I told you about. This ...

The Past Three Weeks....Full of Ups and Downs...

A travel blog entry by lizz921

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... woke up and ate breakfast and went to explore the city. We made our way to Glasgow Necropolis, a cathedral with St. Mungo´s Tomb in it, St. Mungo´s Museum, Modern Art Gallery and looked through some shops and then went home. Necropolis was cool and you got a good view of the city and saw a lot of ancient tombstones. The cathedral was cool also and there was a lot to see and look at in it. The museum was a good museum. It had a gallery on all the major religions of the world ...

A GREAT end to the week...

A travel blog entry by lizz921

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... in some of the Scottish classes we have wanting to learn with us. My internship is going well and I am learning a lot from both the teachers as well as the students. On Tuesday, it was interesting observing the students making a puzzle and reading the sentence. Some of them got it right away and others struggled. In each of the groups they made it a competition to see who could make the puzzle and sentence that went along with the puzzle the fastest. Then I showed them in ...

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