Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Electric Planes On The Table At Manston.

While I'm all for new, modern and fangled appliances, I'm not so sure that there's any place for them in carpentry, at all.
Though I'm not, as such, a carpenter myself, I do come from a long line of them, dating back some 2000 years, originating in The Middle East.
So, upon recieving the exciting news that they were refurbishing the 'Restaurant At The End Of The Runway' at KLMIA (eww, sounds like one of those STDs), I thought I'd pop along and see if any of the burly builders needed tips from me.
Well, with all the complaints about noisy planes that Manston have been recieving of late, you'd really think that they wouldn't want to add to it by employing chippies that had never heard of elbow grease.

They're making a rod (probably on a lathe) for their own back, if you ask me!

5 comments:

Vernon Glodatiada said...

Thanks for the mention of Dumpton. You might have missed a trick, though, with Man's Ton.

All the best,

Vern

Dick Rubin said...

You need to get out more and go further to: Pennis Wood in Kent, further afield there is Big Bone Lick State Park, Kentunky which is located on Beaver Road between the communities of Beaverlick and Rabbit Hash. Maybe you'd prefer Iron Knob in Austrailia or Bobbin Head in Scotland?

Eastcliff Richard said...

I'm a bit of a fan of Hucking Fell myself.

Eastcliff Richard said...

And there's a Brown Willy in Cornwall if that's any use to you?

Justin Brown said...

I have a Brown willy right here, if that's any use to you!?