Small Project

February 25, 2009 · Posted in Engineering, Photography, Project, Tools 

Last August while Laurie and the kids were staying cool at more northerly latitudes I was here. I decided to remodel our office desk. When we moved in it was a door across two cabinets. Not too attractive. I bought the wood to make the new desk. I joined the planks glued them together and planed them to make each panel for the desk and then I waited for Laurie to get home and clean off the desk. She came home and still I waited. Birthday’s, Thanksgiving, Christmas, they all came and still I waited. But finally late last week she cleaned off the desk, so I could measure, alter, fit, glue, sand and finish the desk. Here are a couple photos:

Before:
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Finished:

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Completed with everything replaced and running.

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Next project: Tackle the cords.  Maybe I should invest in that wireless power technology that Tesla invented in the 1800’s that we still have yet to see applied to everyday life.

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3 Responses to “Small Project”

  1. Brian on February 25th, 2009 12:38 am

    I forgot to mention to notice the wall. Laurie painted while I was building the desk so that it would actually look good when it was done.

  2. Laurie on February 25th, 2009 9:15 am

    You also forget to mention that I had more important things to do than clean the desk off. Like raise your children! And by the way, you didn’t clean your part off, either.

  3. Laurie on March 1st, 2009 3:08 pm

    Wow. I was cranky when I wrote that last comment, sheesh!! The desk looks great!!!

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