As Olde Trade Tools approached the end of its first year, a great opportunity presented itself: Market Road Antiques. This...
About a year ago I bought these ash slabs at a yard sale. As per usual, my friend Joe did a stellar job making our outdoor table.
At first I wanted a river edge table however; there was no epoxy that would withstand the uv rays. So we moved to a design incorporating the black walnut butterfly dovetails in the cracks.
At the last minute I found a Lee Valley table base that really made the design work.
I’ve been mortaring in flagstone over concrete for six days now and will be re-levelling the floating flagstone and the church pews for a couple of days.
Next week, I’ll be working on the cobblestones and base for a shed I recently tor down.
Then it’s on to the waterfall for the koi pond.
The long-anticipated TOTT returns! SPRING SHOW May 15, 2022 10:00am – 3:00 pm PICKERING RECREATION COMPLEX Exit 399 N (Brock Rd)...
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