There is nothing like a hot, humid shop and scrub planing oak to remind you of how out of shape you really are. I started surfacing the oak panels that I had glued up for the tops and shelves of the end tables. I only managed to get two of the panels surfaced and flat before dehydration, heat stroke and severe chaffing set in. So a new plan of action is in order.
I will spend about a half an hour a night after work each day this week working on these panels. Maybe that will get them done and ready for fitting, finishing and installing.
So the saga of the never-ending end tables continues…..
Oh man I’m coming back to humidity prone Great Lakes area…. Thanks for the reminder of how draining that can be…. Hahaha.
I do my woodworking in the summer in gym shorts and T-shirts. And lots of headbands – cheap ones from Wally world.
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