Coming in to land
Honey bee busy on a butter burr next to River Wharfe, Strid Wood
Mending benches at East Riddlesden Hall
Extensive oak baord replacement with a couple of them.
Need a rest from this woodworking now and then.
Snack sandwich at:
Holden Clough Nursery
And a break sitting on the ramparts of Clitheroe Castle, Lancashire watching Jam Factory doing their stuff.
Made seven of these beggars – all sold I’m afraid, but more 2″ thick milled sycamore available for to plane up for more
Spring busting out in Strid Wood.
I’m so small …
… have to eat my lunch with yellow blusher ‘srooms foraged on the way to work and cooked with improvised spatula in cold-pressed linseed oil.
This should be the other way up …
It was a leaning alder next to the river we felled this Winter. Felled using the dog tooth cut, dog tooth at left, letterbox centre, gob at right.
… milled the main stem into boards.
Using them on my stall – here at Otley Show last Saturday. The shrink pots & spoons are John Mullaney’s – sweet.
New line – garden tool scrapers.
Monks hood by The Wharfe – garden escapes?
Tooled oak for an hotel breakfast servery.
Been to London too – row of cottages – Halifax Road conservation area, Forest Hill.
She’s busy too, solitary mining bee – onwards, onwards.