This weekend, I finally made it up to Vermont to grab the remainder of my lumber and I am so glad I did.
In addition to the reclaimed pine (which I left up there for use in a kitchen table for my mother), I apparently had a sizable amount of hard maple and red oak, some dimensional cherry I had forgotten about and (most amazingly) a couple board feet of 12/4 ash that must have been off-cuts from my dining table project. Not to mention another 40 board feet or so of pine siding off-cuts (more dovetailing practice!). I’m fairly confident that I won’t need to buy any new lumber for a while.
One of the more interesting finds was a set of four, shaped pine legs that were set aside from the bulk lumber.
At approximately 23″ tall, I think they were part of an abandoned side table project (which in all likelihood began as shaping practice). I’m happy to re-purpose them (and some of the pine siding off-cuts for rails and tabletop) into a little table. It will be a nice little project for my week off.