Monday, December 6, 2010

Tools of the trade

Kent Griswold of the Tiny House Blog has posted an intriguing article about a piece of equipment that I am lusting after.  It's a saw.  Actually, a modified table saw.  But the reason that I am lusting after this baby is because I am planning on building a Tiny House in a remote location where there is no power and the saw is question is a DeWalt cordless rechargeable saw that would be sooo sweet in the back field/woods location where I would like to build.  This little baby, designed by Mel Koresh of Pro-Tech Siding Contractors, looks like just the ticket so save me from a boat load of hand saw cuts.  I lifted this picture from Kent's blog spot so kudos to Kent for this lead.
Now, don't get me wrong.  I am not afraid of using a hand saw and actually working hard to complete a project.  But I learned years ago, in high school auto shop class, that is always pays to "use the right tool for the job."  So, when Kent invited Mel to post about his specialized saw kit, well, I just started salivating all over my keyboard.  Just joking.  I didn't really spit on my keyboard, but my "wanter" cranked up a few extra notches.  Anyway, I just thought I'd share that wit'cha!

Hey, I gotta get over to the bank.  Thanks for stopping by.  And if'n you're wondering about what to get me for Christmas, you know.  Anyway, let's get out there and make it a great day!

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