Monthly Archives: January 2015

Hummus off. Kids cooking.

Kids wanted to have a cooking competition.  So they all made hummus. I enjoyed the results. Advertisements

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L’ART DU Menusier. Build and grow. It’s not nice to make grown men cry.

My Andre Roubo book of plates arrived today via mail man. My wife was surprising me for our anniversary. It came as I was working on a build and grow race car with my youngest daughter.  Abby seems to have … Continue reading

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Arkansas stones hopefully forever.

Here’s my new set of stones and a strop. Washita, soft and black. I haven’t named them yet but since I’ll be spending a lot of time with them I’m thinking Larry, Curly and Moe. I have had them for … Continue reading

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Happy New Year time to flatten the top of my Roubo

Don’t ask me why I picked this as my first hand tool project. I ask myself everyday. Almost flat. The pencil mark trick I just learned helps find low spots. Kind of like blue ink and metal work which I … Continue reading

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