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Milling Done Today

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by thewoodlands, Apr 21, 2012.

  1. thewoodlands

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    Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    We're looking forward to having some coffee on that table this fall in front of a nice warm fire. I'm going to build a table for outside by the fireplace, nothing fancy just something to hold some food before cooking.
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    Oh the nothing fancy is the best jmho!
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    Zap you sure do stick to your plans
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    Just takes me longer than most! !!!
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    Naw.....I got you beat by a longshot........
    That living room makeover I started several years ago?? STILL NOT DONE!!
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    I am hoping its a big thick Phat table.............
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    You best get that done or the BOSS will have her foot up your azz!
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  11. thewoodlands

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    It won't be that thick slab of Hemlock, I'm not sure what thickness I milled the pine, 2.5 or 3 inches I think.
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    That's perfect!
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    Chit.......she's fixing to stick her whole LEG up there!
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    Good for her its about time! :eek:
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    :eek:
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    nice work!
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    Just this one time....we say NO pics.!!! ;)
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    Oh, and the recent mention of a thong requires a LACK of picage.
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    This should be ready to start sanding by fall, what grit sandpaper would you use when you start sanding then to finish sanding.

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    I'd start with 80 then 100 or 120 finishing up with 150 or 180.Pine dont take or need as high of polish as harder woods.You need something for any topcoats to 'grip' to.
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