Wow, Spring rages on. Delayed this year, but I'm not complaining. The camas are in full early bloom, when the top of the raceme is still in tight buds. The best time for camas!
I'm excited for larkspurs and big, burgeoning cow parsnips.
Reports of my retirement have been greatly exaggerated.
Finished this biohazard storage cabinet for the Health Department:
Sheet metal is not really my forte, but this is basically a tube frame with sheathing tacked onto it. I should have cross-braked the door panels to prevent oilcan booming, but it's not too bad. Tiny tacks make for low distortion.
Pretty much done with the metal parts of this bench. Just needs powdercoat and wooden armrests. Haven't gotten a picture of the finished frame yet. This is from a test-fit a couple weeks ago:
The Farm Home is getting a bicycle repair program!
They got a grant to put together a tool kit and some basic replacement supplies (tubes, pedals, brake pads, cables, etc). We are also putting together a cart so the workstation can be moved outside. Not quite done yet, but here's a progress pic:
A super-contorted piece of oak: