Friday, November 28, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
First off I would like to say HAPPY THANKSGIVING! For some it will be a Great Thanksgiving, for others it may not be so great as some of our loved ones will not be able to attend the family Dinner or Family lunch.
But we should not look on the bad things about Thanksgiving of who isn't or who won't show up, but for them that do. It's a Time to enjoy and Make new memories as times and generations pass us by.
It is a time for family and loved ones to get together, in spirit and in person, to bless this day and the days there after and carry on the Traditions as we have before and continue on there after!
So take the time to bless the ones that are here in spirit and bless the ones that are here in life!
And Secondly. I would like to appoligize for not posting any thing in the last few days. We have been busy Preparing for Thanksgiving, Cleaning up, getting things organized and cleaned up. Things will become be back to normal once the Holidays are over with.
I would also like to say, that I have a ustream.tv account and will Eventually be Broadcasting Live Feed in my livingroom during the winter for my Scroll Saw projects and Most likely in my Shop in the warmer months. So I hope that you check out the schedule (I don't have one yet) To see when I will be Broadcasting and also past Pre-recorded Shows.
So anyway, Have a Happy Thanksgiving, and enjoy all of that food and God Bless Everyone online and offline, Cyberspace and real life!
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Monday, November 24, 2008
Marc has kindly has supplied me with his Logo, knowing not what for and didn’t ask questions.
I just posted this Project on his Forum for everyone to review, so now I’m doing the same here for everyone to see it as well that’s not part of The Woodwhisperer network.
Materials: 1/4 Baltic Birch Plywood
Time: About 3 hrs
Blades: FD-TC #1
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Here is the end result.
Materials: 1/4” Baltic Birch Plywood
Time: 3 1/2 Hrs
Blades: FD-TC #1
Here is also a Description and information about the Kingfisher bird incause someone would like a Small Education on these Species of birds.
Enjoy and thanks for coming to look at my Projects, I really Adore Birds, I love all animals, but birds are my Favorite Passion.
A common waterside resident throughout North America, the Belted Kingfisher is often seen hovering before it plunges headfirst into water to catch a fish. It frequently announces its presence by its loud rattling cry.
- Medium-sized bird.
- Large head and shaggy crest.
- Large, thick bill.
- Bluish head and back.
- White throat and collar.
- White underneath with blue breast band.
- Size: 28-35 cm (11-14 in)
- Wingspan: 48-58 cm (19-23 in)
- Weight: 140-170 g (4.94-6.0 ounces)
Female with red chest band and flanks, male without.
Call a loud, harsh rattle.
Populations may be decreasing in many areas.
Martin-pêcheur d’Amérique (French)
Martín Pescador Norteño, Martín Pescador Migratorio, Martín Pescador Pasajero (Spanish)
- The breeding distribution of the Belted Kingfisher is limited in some areas by the availability of suitable nesting sites. Human activity, such as road building and digging gravel pits, has created banks where kingfishers can nest and allowed the expansion of the breeding range.
- The Belted Kingfisher is one of the few bird species in which the female is more brightly colored than the male. Among the 93 species of kingfishers, the sexes often look alike. In some species the male is more colorful, and in others the female is.
- During breeding season the Belted Kingfisher pair defends a territory against other kingfishers. A territory along a stream includes just the streambed and the vegetation along it, and averages 1 km (0.6 mi) long.The nest burrow is usually in a dirt bank near water. The tunnel slopes upward from the entrance, perhaps to keep water from entering the nest. Tunnel length ranges from 30 to 250 cm (1 to 8 ft).