|Now that's a wood shop - Colonial Hardwoods, Springfield VA.|
|About $450 of ripped Baltic Birch|
|Michael Spoor (with his Army haircut) helps build the first|
|Andy uses a drill for his Trebuchet|
Then, a diversion on Saturday. I spent most of the afternoon and evening helping a high school student build a trebuchet model for a science class. He did much of the work under my guidance. He did not have much experience with tools, so it was a good learning experience for him. And yes, we did get it to work, though it might not set any records.
I also cut some parts on the laser for a custom structure.
|Mass Production - I cut the strips to length and Marty drilled the pocket holes. You can see some|
completed frames to the left bottom of the image.
On Sunday evening my mom made for us dinner including a delicious blueberry pie.