Thanks. But trust me... I was NOT on my knees! I have those rubber cushion mats they sell that Ken got from a customer... they're like 2' x 2' wide, and go together like a puzzle. Anyway, I brought four of them with me, and stacked them to use as a padding to lay on. I draped them at the bottom of the stump, and worked my way up to the top of the stump.You did great, Barb. Carving end grain 5" off the ground with a chainsawed face, on your knees, must be some kind of world record.You are really good!
You're too kind, Herb. Thanks :xI have looked at that several times, and Dang ,your good.!
I was wondering about the battery also . Guess it’s not too difficult to have another one on hand though if all else failsAnd you didn't even skin your elbows, I am impressed. Did you do that on one battery?
Thank you, Rick.I didn’t realize you used a cordless router Barb. Makes perfect sense for a job like this .
In your shop do you use a corded router for signs .
I must say you did pretty impressive work , and am amazed it’s done free hand