The tools are now safely in his new area in the basement - a beautiful spot to work - even if there never will be a toy business again. And, the overflow of regular household maintenance stuff (caused by the tools coming down) will move out to the new storage building in the next few months - after it's built. Won't it be wonderful - a new deck and small building. I can't wait. What I can wait for is the bill on all of this - I so wish the house in Michigan would sell. Fingers and toes crossed./
Below is a new pendant. Not yet finished - stones need to be set, dangles figured out, and the square piece gets set a lot lower than it's showing here.. It's a variation from the drawings I showed in a previous post. It's nice to be back to work.
Our oldest son drove his truck down here with a huge trailer. While he was here we went to the Antique Tobacco Barn in Asheville and did some shopping. Between there and a couple of thrift stores I scored a bunch more tin to work with. Now for the cutting and storage - - -