R. Peacock wrote:Don't disreguard those futons, their frames can be taken apart and make good trellises for growing vines. I have parts of two futons frames waiting to support cucumbers and pole beans when the weather get warm.
Dale Hodgins wrote:I like how every little scrap went into that floor. I get houses where the bedrooms contain oak shorts. Peices under 2 ft. long have no market value so I give them to industrious people who are willing to spend the time. "Pick your own" isn't just for strawberries.
I'm totally stealing the basket trick, but you'll be mentioned in the credits.
The smaller bowl below is carved from Douglas for bark. The larger one is 40 inches long and made of maple. I've carved about 500 bowls from drift wood, most of them one summer when I sold $4000 worth. I presented myself at the carving tool store and explained to the salesman that I had never carved a bowl before but I needed top quality tools for a commercial venture.
Dale Hodgins wrote:"SATURDAY IN THE PARK --- felt like heavy lifting that day ..."
After helping a really tough old girl of about 85 crawl over the logs to the stairs
David Livingston wrote:I made a wonderbox out of two pairs of trousers one pair of Bamudas and an old tea towel
Just need to find something to stuff it with .
Cost a couple yards of cotton
Dale Hodgins wrote:
I have no idea what a wonder box is. Google images did nothing to clarify. OK, what is it.