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Spring Fling 2013
 

Spring Fling 2013



Rear view of Smokey's Place. This image shows the rear clerestory window well.

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Smokey's Place, Spring Fling 2013

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I love, love, love what you did with the wood! I used the mini sticks (you call them woodsies) also, and had a great deal of trouble cutting them with my mini cutter. I tried bringing the stick up higher on the blade, but still had trouble. My hands still hurt from that. I'm thinking that I probably need a new one -- that the blades get dull after awhile. Maybe it's time to bite the bullet and order another. Too bad you can't replace just the blades.

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I love, love, love what you did with the wood! I used the mini sticks (you call them woodsies) also, and had a great deal of trouble cutting them with my mini cutter. I tried bringing the stick up higher on the blade, but still had trouble. My hands still hurt from that. I'm thinking that I probably need a new one -- that the blades get dull after awhile. Maybe it's time to bite the bullet and order another. Too bad you can't replace just the blades.
I had a hard time cutting them, and cut many I didn't use because I was going to put in a loft, but changed my mind. I learned to lift the stick towards the blade as I cut, and it helped relieve the pressure.
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I love that bed! :D And, that stove looks familiar. :lol: I can tell you, I'm not building the same thing for HBS. :D
Now you know why I asked if we were building the same thing after the rocker and stove :)
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Love what you have done with this little cabin! I would certainly spend a weekend in the woods if I had a cozy cabin like this one!

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