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Here is the prototype of the picnic table condiment holder. This project was time consuming but simple. One nice feature is the wood for these tables is recycled from my old picnic table. There will be a how to photo shoot posted soon.
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Haha that's a neat idea

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Nice little project there Mike, BUT where does the mayonaise holder go? Some of us like mayonaise on our burgers along with mustard or catsup.




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Hi Mike

Good job,,looks like you and Mike have the same book, both are nice

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Bj, actually I showed Mike the reprint from The Woodworkers Journal printed in 1986. I was going to print out copies for the Sawdust Saturday group but my pc was down at the time. Mike being the talented person he is made up his own version, and he did an excellent job. Rob was over and I remembered this project... it seemed perfect as a refresher to get him back into woodworking. No glue on this table, just pin nails.

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What happened to sliding dovetails or mortice and tenons?

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On a picnic table Harry? You do realize those legs are 1/2" x 3/8"?

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On a picnic table Harry? You do realize those legs are 1/2" x 3/8"?

Awh c'mon Mike..... you should be able to handle that

I do like that little project and just in time for the 4th of July picnics too!
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On a picnic table Harry? You do realize those legs are 1/2" x 3/8"?
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as you claim Irish heritage in your name, I am now convinced you have faries at the bottom of the garden.......LOL

You will have to send me plans for that,

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Finally something I think I could build!! I like that and I can see that done fairly "soon", like before summer is over type of "soon". Maybe I could build a table to set that table on!!

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