Friday, January 16, 2009

Cutting Board

I cook often and use a cutting board nearly everyday, but when I moved to my Austin apartment I quickly realized that I had been using other people's cutting boards for >3 years and needed one of my own. Today I used my dad's shop tools make a cutting board out of some lumber that had washed up in the aftermath of hurricane Ike. It's nothing special but I know I'll enjoy using it everyday, plus a board of this quality would probably retail for at least $50.

4 comments:

BogleBone said...

Nice board... when you making me one, not that I really need it here in Korea. Oh speaking of Korea, I ran in to some guys that know you. Said you sent em a letter or something. We (my people) had to play then in pool. We got are asses handed to us but I blame the bar's table (way to fast). They play for Xanadu and we play for Mystic. Well, good luck with your class and such.

Tom said...

I'm sure I can make you one, but since I moved to Austin I don't have my dad's tools around. I'm trying to take a carpentry class so I can use their tools ;) What were the names of they guys you met that know me?

BogleBone said...

uh.. yeah.. about the names.. i will get back to you on that.

* I suck at names *

Tom said...

Well I'm really looking to get in touch with a civilian contractor named Christopher (Chris) Addington. Supposedly he works in the NTI cell.