One Tree Woodwork

Custom woodworking and art

Mapril so far

Random shots from March and April so far…….

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4 comments on “Mapril so far

  1. Crystal Jackson
    April 19, 2014

    So much goodness and happiness and creativity and new+old and you. Thanks for sharing. Please post pictures more often.

  2. TOHNER JACKSON
    April 19, 2014

    Thanks,Will do, I really enjoy stringing together random pics

  3. marksheridan
    May 19, 2014

    Pretty impressive work. I wouldn’t mind spending a week working alongside you. That very large pig makes me laugh…I remember my Dad telling me a story from back in the 30’s when he and his brothers hauled a crated pig from the railway station to his farm on a sled in the winter. Real tough hauling for small boys. When they opened the crate to let this monster out, he became the tamest pet they ever owned…they could have walked ( or rode ) it home! Keep up the good work. Your family looks adorable. Mark.

    • TOHNER JACKSON
      May 20, 2014

      Mark,
      Thanks, anytime you want to come on down to Texas your welcome..although with summer coming on it might be wise to wait until fall because the summers down here get hotter then a hog wearing a thick leather saddle…haha speaking of which that’s a funny story just picturing a crated pig on a sled being hauled by some kids makes me smile. B.T.W I have really enjoyed your post lately and I love the lab carving you just finished. I would love to see a blog entry about your process with paint and finishing on the carvings you create very cool.

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Morning has broken. The desolation of my lettuce plant: cabbage loopers have descended upon my garden with great vengeance- attacking not only the lettuce but the broccoli and Brussel sprouts. Laying waste and leaving nothing but a path of destruction in their wake. Do not go gentle into that goodnight.... urban farmer turns vigilante. No looper left alive... all must parish. We must kill the entire bloodline. The very fate of our tiny garden depends on it...... TGIF friends!!! I stopped by one of my all time favorite butcher shops on my way to a new job site they happen to make some of the best turkey jerky in the world. Old school doesn’t even begin to describe it. Keep Main Street America alive. Will miss it when it’s gone. Quick very abridged vid of Smith project.
We had our cleaners come and do a make ready as we march towards completion. Many details to come in the next few weeks pool,landscape,road and entrance. It’s always satisfying to see something you’ve worked on for a year get close to completion. It’s almost time to turn the page. Almost....................... but not yet. Keep calm and carry on until then. Sunday morning vibes. Hung a new proper light for over the dining table...... and yes that’s a heron I carved from cedar flying out of the wall (almost exactly due south-dumb luck). Below and to the left was my homage to Starry Night I carved with a chainsaw. The lamp in the corner was driftwood I found on the banks of Llano river while  fly fishing. The plaque above the window is carved in Latin IPSI SIBI SOMNIA FINGUNT with a hawk carved on one side and a tree on the other. Home is where the heART is. Date night at our favorite restaurant.
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