Re: Picnic Tables
Jim & Dawn Moriarty (JPMESQPI@AOL.COM)
Wed, 6 Nov 1996 00:37:39 -0500
Hi Pat and all.
Make a carrying handle with two short 1" diameter dowels, and stack the
of each table edge to edge. Space the dowels somewhat differently for each
table, and bore two holes in each piece so that the holes in each table only
match the holes in a single handle. Make a plate to hold them all together
on the other side of the assembly, and voila. I am sorry that I lack the
expertise to create a diagram for how to do this. Think of a big Acco File
binder for the basic concept.
You can also paint each table a different color. Do not to paint the one
you actually prepare food on if you use one for that.
Jim Moriarty ASM Tr. 63, Cresco, IA Winnebago Council, North Rivers Dist.
I used to be a bear (NE-1-174, Katahdin Area Council, ME, 1996)
Everything that I did in my life that was worthwhile, I caught hell for.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City