Just in time for winter, I'm starting to finally get the shop into a production ready state. That means I have about two weeks of good weather before I have to tear it all down so we can put the car back in the garage.
I did a little bit of unintentional neander work tonight. I'm starting to build a new prep table for our kitchen. After I milled the stock for one end up, I laid out my tenons but couldn't decide how to cut them. I didn't feel like changing out the scroll blade on the band saw, nor did I feel like listening to the table saw scream at me. In the end I decided to hand cut the tenons and clean them up with my router plane. It turned out to be a pleasant, quiet operation and I got to listen to most of a podcast. Don't worry though, I'm not abandoning my Normite ways completely. Maybe just every once in a while.