Saturday, June 2, 2012

This started as a picture blog when my daughter Stacey and I went on a photographic expedition to the Pacific Northwest. I've added pictures occasionally but will be doing so on a more regular basis now that I have upgraded all of my camera gear and we are prepared for some great travel. In the meantime, I decided to start cataloging my woodworking projects so I would have a photographic record of some of my successes (and failures!). Here are a few.
Curly Maple and Cocobolo Sushi Tray
Birdseye Maple and Cocobolo Box. Birdseye Maple and Chechen Table. Burl Walnut Base under box.
Cherry and Hard Maple Cutting Boards
Cherry and Painted Poplar Frame (surrounding one of my all time favorite pictures of the family taken when I worked for Kodak in Sequoia National Park. Picture was used to advertise our campground programs)
Cherry Blanket Chest
Cherry Hall Table. Birdseye Maple and Chechen Stationery Box
Cherry and Maple Spindle Back Bench
Rolling Flip-Top Tool Table (Planer one side, Belt/Disk sander on the flip side)
Rolling, collapsible, miter saw stand
Workbench and Tool Cabinets
Closets, Cabinets, and Bookshelf (built in Stacey and Juan's D.C. co-op)