Finished painting the shed
and had a little time today to work on the ash cookie table
the router sled did a good job. I hogged the meat off the top of it, and now it's flat on top. Going to roll it over and work on bottom side. Once I get the bottom flat and how I want it, I ain't figured that out yet either, then I'll get a new router bit and smooth over the top surface for a clean finish cut
you can see where the cutter ripped pieces of softer wood out.
Questions, @Jay C. White Cloud
what kind of oil should I use? I poured some danish oil on it, and it soaked it up like a sponge. I would have to buy the stuff by the gallons.
If I want to fill the large cracks in the center, what should I use for that?
Wife is wanting to use 4, little bit crooked, tree limbs for legs. These came from same tree. How do I attach these underneath the top? I don't want to bore a hole plumb through it.
Sorry, lots of questions. I don't want to screw this up, like I usually do. Any advice is greatly welcome.
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