I HOPE YOU ALL HAD A WONDERFUL THANKSGIVING, WE CERTAINLY DID! WE TOOK THE TRAIN TO SEATTLE FOR AN OVERNIGHT STAY. A WONDERFUL FAMILY THANKSGIVING AND A NEXT DAY VISIT TO THE SEATTLE ART MUSEUM AND THE VOLUNTEER PARK ARBORETUM AND TROPICAL GREENHOUSE. THEN BACK ON THE TRAIN FOR HOME.
Despite scores of amazing plants, I only took one picture. How is that for an unusual blossom.
I attached the sides to the second tenor this morning. It was nice to get back into the shop. How is this for a clamped up project. It all fit fine with a little urging. I got a good fit, but this rosewood can be pretty stubborn about getting into position.
Here is the first tenor with its curly maple sides firmly attached and secured with the bendable tentelones. The next step will to be attach tentalones on the upper edge to accept the back. Then the sound hole must be fitted and installed. This uke is looking good.