How do pinned tenons in 400 year old beams strike you?Bring on the pictures!
I feel for you with the heat, but my night time lows are the highs in Kent. Come to the United States south and spend the summer with us. You won't see any 400 year old beams, (which I am envious of) but you will melt to our daily highs in the upper 90's. It makes woodworking rather dirty when every shaving and every bit of dust sticks to your arms as you work.
Jerry, I don't envy you your high temperatures at all - I don't do heat at all well. I wilt. Don't envy old beams either; they hurt just as hard as 40 minute old beams when you hit your head on them. DAMHIKT...
Hi ALF,Watch out for low beams! I hit em too--you'd think learning behavior would happen. But no-o-o-o-o. I'll be watching for pictures, but the thought counts even more. I been reading about the big heat in England. We're doing low to mid-90's every day here, but then it's dry, which makes a difference.Wiley
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