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  1. #2451
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    I've been busy building my own version of Shangri La and finally motivated myself to build a teeny pub in my basement. One outstanding resource up here in the VT hinterlands is thrift shops like Re-store and Resource. It's a tip of the hat to a couple of J.H. bars and medieval celtic/teutonic influences. Still under construction and finishing work, but the bones are solid. Using Ipe leftovers from a deck I built 20 years ago for the bartop and 130 year old rafters for the base. Gonna sand the Ipe clean, drill out holes for the coins and give it an oil or wax finish. Should look like mahogany when it's done. Completion pictures to follow in the near future.
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    Silent....but shredly.

  2. #2452
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    Built and filled in 2 days

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  3. #2453
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    Shit you built with your own two hands (picture thread)

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ID:	375243Next he値l come back to clean then coat. This client wanted a mostly raw look so he値l get a slight tint and protectant out of penetrol. Its more popular to blacken but this will look real sharp.

  4. #2454
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    That fireplace is what I originally had planned for our place, sourcing and price knocked it of contention. Such a cool look!

  5. #2455
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    ^is it full of stars?


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  6. #2456
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
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ID:	375243Next he値l come back to clean then coat. This client wanted a mostly raw look so he値l get a slight tint and protectant out of penetrol. Its more popular to blacken but this will look real sharp.
    This was a fun great room chandelier addition to an old condo. 3 sections of 5' scaffold with limited clearance end to end made set up spicy. Plus only having one 12' long spongy 2 x 10" plank on either side of the chandelier to stand on made for a gripping situation. A good reason to charge large.

    The 4 holes coming accross the ceiling are 4" hole saw cut's facilitating pulling romex between rafters. [tiesATTACH=CONFIG]375299[/ATTACH]

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  7. #2457
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
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ID:	375243Next he値l come back to clean then coat. This client wanted a mostly raw look so he値l get a slight tint and protectant out of penetrol. Its more popular to blacken but this will look real sharp.
    This was a fun great room chandelier addition to an old condo. 3 sections of 5' scaffold with limited clearance end to end made set up spicy. Plus only having one 12' long spongy 2 x 10" plank on either side of the chandelier to stand on made for a gripping situation. A good reason to charge largeClick image for larger version. 

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    The 4 holes coming across the ceiling are for fishing the wire between rafters. Luckily I didn't have to tear down the scaffold.

  8. #2458
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiballs View Post
    ^is it full of stars?


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    I'm sorry Dave, I can't let you do that.

  9. #2459
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
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ID:	375243Next he値l come back to clean then coat. This client wanted a mostly raw look so he値l get a slight tint and protectant out of penetrol. Its more popular to blacken but this will look real sharp.
    Dekton? NM that's steel not porcelain. Carry on

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  10. #2460
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    Looks amazing !!
    What if "Alternative" energy wasn't so alternative ?

  11. #2461
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    "Built" another couple tote bags. Have not been behind the sewing machine for a while so it felt good to get the creative juices flowing again. Vintage Canada post relay bags
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    What if "Alternative" energy wasn't so alternative ?

  12. #2462
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    Nice purse.

  13. #2463
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    Any leaks? J/K looks nice, would like to see it with the top.
    It still needs a finish, we haven't decided what to do with it yet. In the mean time since we moved, it's collecting dust and mail.

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  14. #2464
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    Quote Originally Posted by krp8128 View Post
    Nice purse.
    Its a mens carryall....Its EUROPEAN

  15. #2465
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    You can pee in it? Cool.

  16. #2466
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    I have a DR table with mechanical drop leaves made of that stuff. I keep mineral oil on it, otherwise raw. It does patina! In my dreams one of those panels above the FP has a hidden mechanism so it opens up to reveal yer TV

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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Helped my Fab buddy do this install the other day Next he’ll come back to clean then coat. This client wanted a mostly raw look so he’ll get a slight tint and protectant out of penetrol. Its more popular to blacken but this will look real sharp.
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    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    That table is fuckin sweet

  18. #2468
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    Milled from the property, local, organic, free range straight grain cedar... Chofu woodstove is plumbed to it and almost fully lashed with the watertight test coming up this week... probably put some thompsons water seal on the outside of it once its stopped leaking.Click image for larger version. 

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    for some reason the wide angle on my ladies camera makes it(and me) super distorted

  19. #2469
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    Ours stopped leaking after a few days with water in it up to the top. We had a snorkel stove.

    We could use a few boards of green cedar for window sills on our pout house project. We're up on Union Hill, a few miles NW of Carnation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
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    That's fucking dope.

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  21. #2471
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSilverSurfer View Post
    That's fucking dope.

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    I built three twin beds. One extra long loft style. The other two fit under it. I don't work with wood much, so I was stoked

  23. #2473
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    Shit you built with your own two hands (picture thread)

    Needed a new screen door. Apparently it痴 almost impossible to find a decent wooden one to go with your house that was built in 1920. $80 of hemlock and some hardware later...

    Time to make some floating tenons
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    的 have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.

  24. #2474
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoqpass View Post
    Needed a new screen door. Apparently it痴 almost impossible to find a decent wooden one to go with your house that was built in 1920. $80 of hemlock and some hardware later...

    Time to make some floating tenons
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    Nice work

  25. #2475
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    Great work snoq! Good product placement for your fancy tools too.

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