Switching Coasts

It sure hasn’t been a very productive three years since my last post, at least in the shop. I’ve done a couple of things, but haven’t finished anything of any note. I’m close on a few things and it’s really dumb that they’re not done.

Two years ago, I moved (again) and the shop never quite recovered. I didn’t have enough space, I had a lot of trouble finding any tools, and time passed. The only thing that really improved on that move was my wood storage; I got a lot better at that.

Now I’m on the move again, this time back to my native east coast! This should really make things interesting. I won’t be able to set up a new shop right away, but the plan is to get started on that in about 6 months or so.

So here’s my shop, ready to be packed up and hauled┬áthree time zones east. (Note the unfinished project that really should be finished at the far end of the bench.)

2 thoughts on “Switching Coasts

  1. Nicely done (your website as a whole) – I’m bookmarking your scrub plane articles.

    I’m glad I’m not the only one with projects that span years or decades, has too many Miller’s Falls drill(s), likes wood bodied planes, keeps pens in a coffee mug… Your collection of tools is eerily similar to my own.
    I don’t have a Buck Rogers plane – that’s where I draw the line. Maybe.

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