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Stephen-H
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Stephen-H
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Have been looking for bunk beds for the Grandies when they visit. Can't find anything we like so was considering building some. Any ideas please.

Stephen-H
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Hi @Bizebod, I had a Triton 2000 work centre for years.It was the only thing I could afford at the time, also got the router/jig saw table and with th ...

Stephen-H
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Well the fate of said tree has been made by nature. Yesterday we has a major storm come through the area upto 100km winds, horizontal rain and hail.Th ...

Stephen-H
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Thanks @MartyH, great article. I love walnuts and would shell and freeze several buckets of them to get us through the year. Our tree produced 15 -20 ...

Stephen-H
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Hi @greygardener I live in Sunraysia, Wentworth to be exact. The tree hase never been pruned, is fed four times a year and lives at the end of the sep ...

Stephen-H
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Hi @Isobel, I worked with an Entomologist a few years ago on a citrus gall wasp (CGW) trial with interesting results. The trials are still ongoing and ...

Stephen-H
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Hi Team, We have a walnut tree in the middle of our small orchard that is 35 years old. Last year we noticed that the leaves on the tree were smaller ...

Stephen-H
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@Smasht, I say that because it would be a real chore to sand back to clear wood and the V joins are a real mongeral to clean up.

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Baz
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When I saw Grandies I was thinking of grandparents and wouldn't think bunk beds would be appropriate. Imagine the oldies trying to climb up to the top ...

kel
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I bought the scrollsaw about 6 weeks ago, i have never used one before and thought it would be interesting to give it a go. Due to being busy lately I ...

_Michael_
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MartyH
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I know nothing about walnuts except they tend to be last to be eaten in family assortments at our place, but this article suggests they only fruit two ...

ProjectPete
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My 2nd priority project after the timber feature fence was to build a cubby for my girls for Xmas. I drew it all up myself with direction from wifey a ...

Isobel
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I've finally got around to getting some strips. Will let you know how I go with them. Thanks for the advice.

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Sorry to hear that your walnut tree is struggling @Stephen-H. I hope Workshop members such as @Adam_W, @CathM and @Branchy249 might have some advice f ...

Smasht
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@Stephen-H.... Yep you're right the grooves will be a pain. As there's been no easy answer I'm going to try various techniques on sections and see if ...

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Stephen-H
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Have been looking for bunk beds for the Grandies when they visit. Can't find anything we like so was considering building some. Any ideas please.

Stephen-H
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Well the fate of said tree has been made by nature. Yesterday we has a major storm come through the area upto 100km winds, horizontal rain and hail.Th ...

Stephen-H
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Thanks @MartyH, great article. I love walnuts and would shell and freeze several buckets of them to get us through the year. Our tree produced 15 -20 ...

Stephen-H
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Hi @Isobel, I worked with an Entomologist a few years ago on a citrus gall wasp (CGW) trial with interesting results. The trials are still ongoing and ...

Stephen-H
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Hi @SmashtBeing a 1983 build it would most likely be a turps based polyurethane and by the looks of the picture it doesn’t looked ‘stained’, just poly ...

Stephen-H
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Finished product. In place ready to be filled with the bosses craft and other stuff.

Stephen-H
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Hi @Hansi have you thought of external textured paint. There are many types out there and can be applied a number of ways eg roller, spray or hand mit ...

Stephen-H
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I have a rideon mower with a mulching plug and have not collected the clippings for years. Our one acre of lawn looks great most of the year. We do li ...

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