Our old kitchen was functional, but had issues. This year we decided to do something about it. This is the result.
Just some photos Becca and I took while camping on our sixth anniversary. The precceding two posts where also taken on this trip, but I figured they waranted their own postings.
Denali, as seen from across Byers lake. I think I may have a new favorite viewpoint.
Becca and I went camping at Byers lake for our sixth anniversery. In addition to some great views of Denali (more on that later) we managed to get fairly close to a loon - and captured these pictures.
Our latest woodworking project: a simple bookcase. Built for a friend who wanted something better than the generic walmart variety, it’s solid oak throughout except for the back, which is oak plywood. Can you see the goose and sparrow in the top back rail?
In the continuing vein of building furniture for my older brother, Josiah, I hereby present to you his bed. Solid Alaskan birch, Full XL size, and using no screws or other hardware in assembly.
Josiah wanted a loveseat. Since exactly what he wanted wasn't readily available, Becca and I built this one for him. I actually think it turned out rather well.
Lovely rainbow on the way home a few nights ago. I didn't have the camera set as well as I might have hoped, but these turned out decent enough. Enjoy!
Caught this little guy hopping around the other day. I think I've caught glimpses of him before, but this is the first time I've managed to get a shot off. Enjoy!
Driving home from Anchorage yesterday, Denali was out in all its glory. I had to plough through knee-deep snow to get these shots, but it was worth it.
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