Neils Sideboard 
There is in my living room an odd-sized cubby, a setback in the wall that is 14 inches deep at one end and 22 inches deep at the other. For years, I had wanted to have a sideboard made to would exactly fit, and on a not-entirely-sober, music-listening evening a couple of years ago, Heather and I measured the whole thing - every possible length, width and depth - and sketched out a design. We gave it to her father, Neil, who is a master woodworker and a few months later, he showed up at my door with this.
We held our collective breath while sliding the sideboard into the cubby hoping against hope that Heather and I had not been too far gone that night when we measured. As you can see, we did just fine and Neil did even better in creating this.
On December 28 2003 6 Views
Binky On 29/12/2003
Williambernthal On 28/12/2003
Very nice! I`ve found I can be pretty far gone and still make a good measurement too. Do people who teach pigs to sing come to regret it? You`ve got me wondering.
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