Our grandkids came to stay for the last little while as their parents are both working.
Since LOML and I are retired, we score the munchkins every holidays.
Most regular things seem to come to a halt when the ankle biters arrive, but occasionally I get to take them to the shed for some woodworking time.
My eldest grandson is in high school, so a project that will challenge him and satisfy his creative muse will be different from that for the little-uns.
Ry had a crack at an end-grain cutting block for his mum for her kitchen, and Em had a go at making a simple box.
Here are some progress piccies.
Ry planing the edges of his creation.
Lie Nielsen Low angle jack plane.
Chamfering the edges with a low angle Millers Falls Block plane
Em - the essence of nailing concentration
I love working with my grandkids at the workshop.
They like it too.
Happy shavings to all