Dusack project... Check! Eric poles project... Check!

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Done and done; dusacks for the Cap'n. Easy project, just about anyone could make these, provided you've a drill, a jig saw and an angle grinder with a sanding wheel.
Eric/camp perimeter pole project had become quite long in the tooth so since I was already out in the shed with the tools out I drilled the holes for the spikes in the wooden poles, cut the heads off the spikes and pounded them into the holes. So easy I don't know why I've been dragging my feet on this one.
Next I think is to be a new cook table for the camp. Something with LED lights I think may be in order. Time will tell. I stumbled into some very reasonably priced oak sticks the other day, about $1.50 a piece for 6' x 1 1/2" x 2". I should be able to base the table legs on this material. I've a few table tops laying about too so that's good enough. I even got some wire shelves that may be incorporated into the folding design. I'm laying the whole thing out in AutoDesk's Inventer 3d CAD package just to make sure the design will fold up and all. But I get ahead of myself.