Saturday, November 19, 2016

I’d just like to share a story about small town America, and how great our country is. A local family had a house fire yesterday evening around 8pm. The garage and everything in it was destroyed and the home suffered major structural damage. Personal possessions are gone, food, clothing, but the family was safe and unharmed. By 11pm temporary housing was setup for this family of six as well as their pets. Food, clothing, bedding, toys, and even food for the pets were brought in. This was miraculous and I am proud to live in this Montana community. This family is hard working and it will be an extreme strain during the upcoming holidays. We have set up a GoFundme page and if possible Please donate and Share. I would like to see this family either rebuild or be in another home by Christmas.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Saturday, October 22, 2016

I figured out that I could mount my charging station to one of the ceiling boards (pallet salvage). I can do this with shelving around the whole shop without damage to the walls if I change my mind.
Built my router table and table saw into a bench

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Cannon Dry Fit of the Parts

Rustic Coffee Table

Did you know...Ships cannons did not use fuses. A gun crewman would carry a stick with a slow match and go to each cannon when it was ready to fire. This was the original “fire in the hole.” The crewman using it could stand back, away from the rear of the cannon, and apply the burning match to the touch hole, where it it would ignite the gun powder.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

I only get a couple hours on the weekends to work on my shop. Insulation is in, walls are up, floors done, bench lighting done, pegboard at bench and pallet ceiling throughout is the next step.


Started this as a base for a project, almost done and then I saw it. I might make SUNthin else! Ideas?