Monthly Archives: September 2011

Running With the Turkeys

Jackson Canyon is so wild you are never surprised to see an eagle come floating over the ridge that separates most of the canyon from our valley. The surprise is that the floating creature is not a pterodactyl. So when … Continue reading

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Snake in the Grass

The snake lay coiled in a neat circle on the other side of the sagebrush alongside the fence I was repairing. As I stepped past, something caught the corner of my eye. Maybe it was the pattern, the shape of … Continue reading

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Keeping On Center

When I purchased my Oneway live center and its associated center options, I thought I had everything I needed. But sometimes, I need a way to hold the off end of an object, such as a hollow form, that does … Continue reading

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A Mini Scraper

I needed to clean up some fuzzed grain in an inaccessible spot and to remove scratches in a narrow area. A cabinet scraper would have done the job if it weren’t so big. My solution was to break a utility … Continue reading

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