I did not make this wolf!
But I know who did! I took some time off from my day job to catch up with some exciting timber projects. I miss everyone there already and the humbling experience of being surrounded by excellence tends to be less profound alone in my dusty garage (most days anyways).
Cutting the birdsmouth shoulders:
Prefit!We’re busy asking the hard questions here so you don’t have to.
Rafters and braces for a small awning. My favorite kind of small job for a loving client!
To hell with space travel, I’d put my money into making every day a sunny Friday afternoon instead. There will be jobs in space, too, and I think people forget that sometimes.
The finishing touch, or I should say my goodbye to Common Harvest Farm’s new machine shed. Thanks to Robin who helped out a lot with these. She’s not here, but she was there.
This is the first blog photo taken with my new phone! It’s not controlling me yet, but if I could teach it to update the blog, that would really be something.
Perfection isn’t a healthy ideal, but sometimes things just turn out better than you can hope for – isn’t that close enough?