Hi Gene,It sounds like you are working too hard. Best wishes on a fast recovery of your shoulder. You should stop letting people push you around like that (grin). I used to move items from time to time with the help of a man who was such a bull that he would push me all over the place along with the item and did not even know he was doing it. It sure was a lot harder than having two guys working together. From the few prices I have seen on hay wagons, your work there is most likely a worth while endeavor. I would like to see a picture of the new Hickory floor when done if you can. I am not a woodworker, but I really like all wood products. Charlie V.I remember the pctures when you posted them earlier. Nice looking floor. White oak is not real common in my area and local sawed is usually spoken for. Red oak and black oak is more common here and I have some nice ones in my woods.I finished The wagon floor and rear standard this morning. Turned out pretty well for using warped and unevenly sawed lumber. I will get some pictures this afternoon and post them on Photobucket and my photo album here. Need to learn how to post with my messages, but am intimidated to learn.Shoulder is doing much better. Still a little tender when my arm is extended out front. Works fine elevated or down. Just have to remember to drink my coffee with my right hand.Gene
Sure will be a nice courtesy if you keep that cold West of the Mississippi, Dave. We are promised temps pushing 90 later this week. I do not need it that warm, but do not want to see snow much before December.Charlie V.