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Here are the last pictures of the highchair tray I made for my great grand daughter.
In these pictures, it has 4 coats of polyurethane and I continued until it had 6 coats

The first picture is the cut out of the tray
then the back and the front sides.
Once I get it attached to the highchair, I will post another picture

By the way, these pictures are credited to Honestjohn who gave me a tutorial on how to post pictures.
Thanks John

David
 

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Weren't that hard now was it??

Looking good!
No, not after you told me how to do it. Then the pictures were too big to down load so Sandra had to redo them.
But, it is done.
Now I just wait until next week for my grand daughter to finish her final exams and come out so I can attach it to the highchair.

David
 

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looking really good...
 

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Thanks Stick.
By the way, are you over your birthday bash yet?
I have never seen anyone go over 8 pages of birthday wishes on the forum.
You may have set a new record.
Congratulations to you my friend.

David
yur welcome...
it's still in progress...
and still snowing....
 

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yur welcome...
it's still in progress...
and still snowing....
I know what you mean. We had snow down here in south east Texas "once".
I just don't remember when that was. 3 or 5 years ago.
Last almost until noon too.
We even closed the schools and government buildings.
Not sure how deep it was since by the time I got my boots and parka on and found my ruler, it was gone.
Next time I will be ready.

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Looks good David. Did the plans show a way to mount the tray to the highchair? If they didn't you might use the time to do a little research.
 

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I know what you mean. We had snow down here in south east Texas "once".
I just don't remember when that was. 3 or 5 years ago.
Last almost until noon too.
We even closed the schools and government buildings.
Not sure how deep it was since by the time I got my boots and parka on and found my ruler, it was gone.
Next time I will be ready.

David
the truck is completely buried ans in there is no trace of the truck and we're coming and going from the 2nd floor...
 
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the truck is completely buried ans in there is no trace of the truck and we're coming and going from the 2nd floor...
Back in the late 50's we lived in New Jersey and I remember snow drifts as high as the 3 floor fire escapes. Adventurous boys and snow drifts like this lead to bad choices. Well at least one bad choice but I lived through it with no broken bones, just scared enough not to do it again! Friends for some reason did not want to try it out.
 

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Snowshoes...
 

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the truck is completely buried ans in there is no trace of the truck and we're coming and going from the 2nd floor...

That sounds like my old Army buddy that lives in Sarnia Canada. He sends me pictures of how they tunnel out of the house to the street.
I was born in Northern Wisconsin so have seen that kind of snow. Our house was a flat roofed one story. The drifts would go right over the house and form a beautiful slide on the far side.
We would dig steps up to get on the roof and slid down the other side.
Until the snow was packed enough to walk on , there was always a danger of sinking out of sight in the drifts.

You should post some pictures of your snow.

Hang in there my friend.

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Looks good David. Did the plans show a way to mount the tray to the highchair? If they didn't you might use the time to do a little research.
Yes Mike. I believe I have that covered. I plan to set the tray upside down on my bench and invert the highchair on it, blocking it up with scrap wood and mount the slides on it.

I don't have any plans. the original plans for the highchair were without a tray.
This is an add on so I have to do it by ear and eye I guess you would say.

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Nice work David . You hogged out the middle material with a router I’m assuming . Did you use a template ?
No Rick. I originally plans to use the cut out of the tray as a templet, but I could not get it centered enough to cut it evenly all around so I just eye balled it.
Took it slow and made a huge mess of saw dust and chips but it turned out pretty close so i just had to sand it out.

David
 
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