Thanks for the pic's, place is starting to look a lot more civilized,
that shop still looks over the top though , ceramic tiles and wet
shavings, that's never going to work in my shop, i'll have to make do
with just ordinary concrete.
I love that vista, and right from your shop windows, lots of light in
there also, seems like real tranquility out there, Oct. 12 is it ?
strange date it seems, or do you need the time to get your present
place empty and vacated ?
I'm sure you and your better half are going to love it out there,
beautiful place Mac.
So what kind of wood working are you doing right now, if any spare
time, whittling sticks? heheheh.
Have fun and take care
Leo Van Der Loo
> For those that asked, I put the pictures from our trip this weekend up today: >
> > House is coming along well and we're moving on Oct. 12! >
On 18 Sep 2006 13:04:15 -0700, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
Well, it was easier to go with it than make changes when the builder was doing
so well.. I'll have anti-fatiage mats down and I'm hoping to do a lot of turning
yeah, it's wonderful.. slower paced life, nice people and my kind of weather....
The compromise was that my wife got to spend a lot of time at the beach and that
I got to work in the shop and look at the beach.. *g*
That was the available date the movers from Baja had.. we pretty much based
everything else around that... we've been pretty much packed for a couple of
weeks, so the sooner they could get here the better...
You have to have all of your stuff inventoried and the boxes labeled when you
get your visa and submit your list, which we did last weekend.... so we live out
of boxes until the movers get here...
thanks, Leo.. doesn't hurt that my child bride will be retiring at 48, either...
a dream come true, for sure..
Everything is packed... I walk into the shop, which is now a garage again...
full of Uhaul boxes with labels in Spanish...
The lathes and saws and stuff are in the middle but secured and not usable, any
tools not needed to work on our present house are packed... including all the
lathe tools, of course..
Just watching Bill Grumbine's new DVD and going through turning withdraw..