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Some Images from Today

Well, the shop is nice, I must say. It’s warm and bright with the new colours and there’s space for people and things I like in there around me.

DSC_0053First off is my choice of planes. Whereas I really like the number 4 plane, the extra width of a 4 1/2 has one advantage in that it holds my iPhone better than the 4. I also like the Veritas iPhone holder. Sounds not too good though.DSC_0054

DSC_0078And then there is this hijacker on the hood of my black Mondeo. Not too good at disguising itself though. Jackdaws and gulls would soon have their fill if I had left him there.

DSC_0068My wife made a picnic lunch and so we sat in the mist rolling in from off the sea below us.

2 Comments

  1. Charger on 25 September 2013 at 12:16 am

    Don’t give people new ideas of how to destroy old tools by turning them into iphone docks.



  2. Herb Cottrell on 25 September 2013 at 2:21 am

    Paul – love ya man…and been with all the way until now. Either this class has gotten to you, there were special ingredients in the picnic or you have been blogging way too much. Personally, my 4 1/2 will never see an iPhone….hope that does not make me less of a woodworker. 😉 On a serious note, God Bless you in the work you are doing…changed lives is no small thing.



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