Now that I've got the big news out of the way......I can first mop up on few items I forgot from yesterday's post.
|Lee Valley Veritas Square Fence P/N 05N54.01|
|not much too it|
|it can be put on the blade or the tongue|
|this is why I bought it (upside down in this pic)|
Another good point for this fence is that it isn't permanent. You can remove it and use the square to do an outside or an inside square check. It does the same thing I like so much with the Woodpecker squares.
|I won a dollar here|
|it'll span a 1x10|
|can't be beat for checking this|
|one handed for the taking of the pic|
|beats the snot out of this way|
|I have three coats of shellac on the bureau|
|Chapman ratcheting driver|
This is all I had to install the screws in the interior of the bureau. I could use a cordless drill to drive only one out of the 8 screws I drove. I drilled the pilot holes for the screws with my yankee pump drill from the top. I also drilled 3 holes on the sides just in case I needed more than the middle one.
|tight on the right|
|tight on the left|
It's a long weekend upcoming and I'm going to try and finish the kitchen/back hallway job from hell. There isn't much left to do and the weather is supposed to be dry for saturday. We'll see.
What are Whirly Girls?
answer - members of the International Women Helicopter Pilots organization