Nice! Is that an E36?
How does the Ridgeline tow with that load?
Nice! Is that an E36?
Man does that look like fun! My mind immediately goes to "where can I get me one of them thangs??"Picked up a new toy for the summer View attachment 413212 View attachment 413213 View attachment 413214 View attachment 413215
Actually no, though my other daughter did graduate from UW and is now a grad student in Psychology at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. One brother graduated from UW, and the other from U of Minnesota.A new UW grad?
Nice, but...is there a hole in the middle of the kayak? Won't that let water into the boat???
Nice bikes.60 degrees, Great day in KS for the first bike ride of the year.
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Oooh…nice!Some reclaimed lumber & “cookies” View attachment 429289
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I LOVE IT.That is a great cabinet.
Here is a table I made for a friend out of Osage orange. Finish is Danish oil.Osage Orange is a very strong, dense wood - once dried, it's very hard on saw blades and chainsaws. You can hardly pound a nail into it. They used to make fence posts out of it, but had to do so when the wood was freshly cut. On the plus side, it produces some of the best heat per pound of any U.S. species. If that is Osage Orange, you got yourself some excellent firewood.
Native Americans used the wood for making bows, hence the name Bois d'Arc (edit: wood of arc... my French sucks!).
Getting back on topic, hauled a LOT of recyclables to the transfer station the other day. Didn't get a picture, but I would have needed a long-bed mid-size truck to haul everything that I did in this wide bed and trunk.
Need to haul some more tree branches in to recycle this week.
Well I’m sure it would be hard to chisel, but it was already planed pretty well. Just needed some gentle sanding. And no wood is a match for my 1.75 HP Sawstop saw…Do you find the wood hard to cut, plane or chisel? I've not personally worked with it, but I imagine it is a bit like Ipe.
Cool!5000lbs maxed with no trailer brake controller (not sure if the U-Haul is automatic).
160 mile round trip in San Antonio, TX to get my VIN inspection for my imported Subaru. I left with a full tank and I got 14.9 lowest to 15.5ish highest according to trip. I didn’t gas up afterwards to get true figures.
I was so nervous since it’s my first time hauling in this truck but it pulled way better than my Gladiator (37 wheels though and tons of extra weight).
Seriously, do something about that BEFORE you have to go into assisted living…Our kids are dreading our passing as we have a 5' 10" grand piano, an upright piano, and a million books.
Really? wow—one hears stories about such…400 mile round trip thru NY Adirondacks to northern Vermont to pickup a brand new 5.0 liter long block. For my 2019 Mustang that blew up on the dyno after a supercharger install.