Thursday, August 11, 2011

Past 2 days in revers order

Pryed off a dried on paint roller while cleaning the basement
Put new batteries in a toy for Simon
Took the wheels off April's cedar chest and replace with felt
Pulled some pins from RB elephant prototype
Installed a new air solenoid on our large cnc
Put in a FireWire card in my computer for my new audio interface ( saffire pro14)

Monday, August 8, 2011

Used the scissors to open one of those little rectangle security tags to show the kids what was inside, 3 strips of shiney steel that entertained them for a good 20 minutes

Tightened a hose clamp around some coffee filters to further refine the beverage made yesterday, quite tasty:-)

Clipped off the battery leads on the skid steer and replaced with a quick connect plug. This is a new thing I'm doing, I now have one battery for the 4 wheeler, skid steer and the crawler. The battery can stay indoors and charged all the time!!!

The skid steer was used today to drain the pond... For good:-(

Friday, August 5, 2011

Past few days

Replaced a saw blade in my jewelers saw while making a wedding band for a friend
Tightened a fitting on my "beverage refinement apparatus"
Used the file to sharpen a splitting ax
Snugged up the screws in my wifes guitar

Monday, August 1, 2011

Tillered a small long bow for Franny( her first bow)
Loosened a fitting on a spay gun for cleaning
Removed an electrial panel to install a breaker for a new exhaust fan
Reset the toner lever on my laser printer

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Opened a new box of aluminum leaf for a RB project
Took off Oscars training wheels!!!

Friday, July 29, 2011

-opened several science kits; geologist(Oscar), colorist(Franny) and just plain "mind blowing"(Elijah)
-started removing the bark from a freshly axe felled hickory tree for my new long bow(s)... Anybody need hickory staves???

Thursday, July 28, 2011


Opening a box of air filters
Removing orings from a urethane foam gun
Loosening a paint cup
Pruning a pear and apple tree
Piercing a can of clear coat to get the last few ozs