The murderous heat and humidity of late Mississippi summer have finally given way to the first cool days of pre-autumn, and I can once more burst forth from the shelter of the air-conditioning. No, I haven’t given up on either woodworking or blogging, but sometimes even a lifelong Mississippi boy finds it too hot for woodworking to be fun. Now that I can work without dripping sweat on my good steel and iron, I can concentrate on projects once more.
Some things have happened in the interim. The biggest of these has been the addition of a dust collector, and associated accessories, which will be the subject of my next post. The hurricane blew down a small white oak that may make good splits for chair seats. And, of course, there are new projects on the way, starting with a storage cabinet for table saw accessories. Most of all, I’ve had time to plan shop-related activities while waiting for cooler weather.
So stay tuned! The Little Good Pieces shop is back in the game!