This was kind of a huge deal for me. I’ve been wanting to learn for a long time, but I’ve been kind of a chicken about it. It looks like crap of course, but I learned a lot, and I’m ready to practice making lines on bits of metal in the future to practice. The important thing was that I faced my anxiety and I just went for it!
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I attempted to make my first tool recently, but it didn’t go as I’d planned. That’s okay though because I learned a lot from the experience, and I discovered that this is something that I really want to keep pursuing. I found the experience to be relaxing in spite of set backs. I have so many ideas that I want to try. Most likely I will do this again in the not too distant future with either a different kind of wood or else I might try my hand at gluing something up and learning more techniques. 10/10 will do again.
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The latest installment in the Lazy A-Hole Ranch videos is about some improvements that Mike made in the workshop. To view the video click here. If you enjoy the video, please hit the thumbs up button, and consider subscribing if you are enjoying our content. Have a great weekend, everyone! Remember, if I can do this stuff, so can you.
A little bonus video this week. This was a few months ago, maybe June? I was learning to use chisels and such and carved a little recess for the plaque on William’s bench. A lot of it is Mike teaching me to use tools.
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In this week’s video, we are trying to get One Eye running. One Eye is our 1950 Ford 8N tractor. We got her in June 2017, and she ran roughly, but she ran. She crapped out shortly after we got her, and sat dormant for awhile.
We replaced the cylinder head, head gasket, sediment bowl, carburetor, distributor, rubber fuel line (with hard line), and eventually the battery before she came back to life.
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