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  • #16
    In went the window today untill rain stopped play so i had a doghnut and abandened play till tomorrow.

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    • #17
      You will be as snug as a bug in a rug. (or maybe colonder)lol.
      Carol
      God helps them that help themselves.

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      • #18
        Why as soon as i am nearly to weather proof and paint it the rain decides to shower every 20 mins so it doesnt get a chance to dry properly?
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        • #19
          Thank god for that the outside needs one more coat of painty stainy stuff then its done.
          Inside next and im running out of materials for bearers for the floor might have to improvise a bit.


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          • #20
            All done now, I didnt bother painting the inside i quite like the look of Sterling board as it is. Just have to mount the grinder on the bench in the morning then off we go to the local turning shop to stock up on all my consumables that i have run out of or lost since i was set up before.
            As you can imagine i have a huge smiley face right now lets hope i can remember how to turn.











            Theres even room for a small arm chair were i can ponder in my smokeing jacket and pipe and slippers if i wish.
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            • #21
              Well done Steve you have done a fantastic job and in such a short time Look forward to seeing the first pieces soon. Could be a bit dusty for the smoking jacket and pipe and a tad combustable too LOL

              Mo.XX
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              • #22
                I didn't notice the crate of ale under the bench. Is it an oversight or will it be delivered later .lol.
                Well done, looks very suitable for the job.
                Carol
                God helps them that help themselves.

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                • #23
                  Mmmm crate of real ale. Now thats an idea...
                  Please pass the word.

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                  http://valewoodturner.blogspot.co.uk/

                  " 200 years of family tradition continued in the only way I know how. "

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                  • #24
                    Good to see things are coming along Steve..

                    Whatever happened to those pieces you were supposed to send me in return for the plaque?

                    Hope it all continues to go well for you.

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