Lovely weather for getting things done, but PVA doesn't like it and refuses to dry or cure. Activities in the shed have slowed down a bit as a result.
Nonetheless I did make some progress on the bench.
The front rail was attached and supports for the top installed. Particleboard has a nasty tendency to sag if not supported, making these supports essential.
A nosing was attached to the front of the bottom shelf for added stiffness and to protect the edge.
And that is as far as I was able to go until the glue dries.
What's that clamp on the top I hear you ask - the world's oldest pipe clamp - Noah lost the other one during the great flood.
In the meantime here are some pix of a couple from our our back yard menagerie. Since the covers went over the veggie gardens, this jill will have to teach her joey to eat grass like all the other kids instead of lettuce, beetroot, peas ..........................................
Just how joe fits inside jill's pouch is one of life's wonderful mysteries. And she thought pregnancy was uncomfortable -sheesh!