Josh Huorn wrote:I am planning on using saddle joints for my structure and this 1 1/2" timber framing gouge would sure help make some smooth joinery. Thank you!
Su Ba wrote:The rice knife is a handy hand sickle. Great for close work, cutting weeds, cutting back brush. One just needs to be careful not to also cut fingers in the process. I managed to slice the index finger on my left hand so many times in the exact same spot that I was amazed that I didn't build up permanent scar tissue....that is, before I finally learned to wear a glove. Took me a long time to smarten up. This little knife is one of my favorite hand tools. I've worn out several of them over the past dozen years.
Jesse, I use canola oil for my chainsaw bar oil. I shop at Costco 3-4 times a year and pick up several gallons at a time. I've been using canola oil for a few years and it seems to work just fine. Regretfully I can't mail it to you. The post office on this end won't accept it.
Chadwick Holmes wrote:Also if you have something that I can make you, give me suggestions! It will be silly stuff to get in winter, but it'll be ready for spring!
Vera Stewart wrote:I'm ashamed to say that I won't be able to send the package I'd planned to send, because the shipping cost turned out to be too high when I inquired on Friday at the post office. I've been trying to think of what I could take out to make the cost lesser, but it just doesn't seem to me to be a very efficient use of the materials, unfortunately. If I had some neat high value tools to send it would be a different story! But sorry, I guess I won't be sending anything after all.
I'm glad other people are able to send cold-weather gear!