The Sawdust Cathedral

Dear Friends of Earnest Efforts - We thought it would be fun to give you a mini photo album of the "sawdust cathedral" where we create all of our amazing boxes, drawers, rattles & spirits.  Actually, this time of the year Earnie hauls projects back and forth between the house and the shop to do the gluing and to keep the wood dry.  Otherwise we spend a large portion of our time in the sawdust cathedral.  Hope you enjoy the photos and a glimpse into the life of a woodworking artist.

1953 Boice Crane Bandsaw
Earnie has had this bandsaw for well over 25 years
Earnie cutting a box on the bandsaw
The belt sander. 
We buy a new one almost every other year - in December during our busiest season.
Pneumatic Pump Sander
The final sanding stage before hand buffing.
Entrance to the Sawdust Cathedral
Note there are no solid walls or doors - brrrr rabbit.
Thank you for visiting our shop.  Hope you enjoyed the photos.  Have a lovely weekend and remember...
Take care, be good & kind, and don't forget to laugh,
Ellie Efforts (aka Heather)

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