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    My travel carving setup.

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    Ed
    Living in a pile of chips.
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  • #2
    Great setup, The floor will need to be cleaned up but don't they always
    . . .JoeB

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    • #3
      Nice travel group Ed. I have had a nice7"x9" box case that has work well but I am going to a larger " briefcase size" container for a travel case. I have drawn it up but have not started on it yet.
      We live in the land of the free because of the brave!

      https://www.pinterest.com/carvingbarn0363/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by joepaulbutler View Post
        Great setup, The floor will need to be cleaned up but don't they always
        It’s in a carport so a quick sweep and done. Carved last week with the Pelican Wood Carvers Guild nice group about 30 carvers present. Includes homemade cinnamon rolls and coffee. Nice group.
        Ed
        Living in a pile of chips.
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        • #5
          Not fair...............
          . . .JoeB

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          • #6
            Here is my 'Whittle Travel Kit'. All the tools fit into the Herschel bag shown below. I take it with me on holidays and to my daughter's house when I visit. If I pack a couple of 1" x 1.5" x 4" pcs of basswood. I'm good for the weekend. Unfortunately, the wood doesn't fit in the bag.

            The sophisticated black device shown in the lower right picture is a pencil sharpener. Don't leave home without it.

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            Last edited by Rodster; 01-02-2021, 04:50 PM.
            Rodster
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Randy View Post
              Nice travel group Ed. I have had a nice7"x9" box case that has work well but I am going to a larger " briefcase size" container for a travel case. I have drawn it up but have not started on it yet.
              Hey, Randy, I had an old brief case that I carried for years in sales. After retiring and starting to carve we traveled the states in a 24' trailer.. I used a cookie sheet for the inside scrap holder and had 5 small palm knives. Now I have my big shop almost done and when I do get out, I have a small box and that old sales case.
              And Rodster I do like you mess kit! But what is that funny looking white patch with blue and red writing on it,,,, ha ha.
              Chuck
              Always hoping for a nice slice that won't need sanding!

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              • #8
                $8.00 gear bag from Dick's Sporting Goods holds my wood and my tools I decide to take on vacation. Extra pockets hold the strop, carving glove and pencils. I re-purposed the top of a printer paper box for a lap chip catcher. Works pretty well!

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                • #9
                  I used to carve in rhe car while my wife was driving until she decided she wanted a Chevy HHR. Such a downsize from a van, I wasn’t going to take a chance of cutting myself. Now, I only take my carving stuff when we go camping.

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                  • #10
                    I keep my tools in an art box from Hobby Lobby. Wood cutouts in an old briefcase I used to take to work... This is on the balcony of a timeshare in Palm Beach, FL.

                    Claude

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                    • #11
                      Interesting stories! After retiring in 1996 I travelled nearly full time, so my travel kit is similar to what I use at home, except for the power tools like a bandsaw, tablesaw, 6 x 48 belt sander. Our travels were in a 30' fifth-wheel rig, so I wasn't confined much. I usually carved outdoors. The carving time was mixed with backpacking, cycling, and kayak touring, so it didn't require much space.

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                      • #12
                        For many years I loved carving outdoors on the road.I this travel setup that I took fishing and camping. I work great in a camp ground or on the banks of a like or river. Useing a Jawhorse , one of my favorite tools, as the foundation of the unit. It folds up in to a small package that fits easily in iny car.

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                        We live in the land of the free because of the brave!

                        https://www.pinterest.com/carvingbarn0363/

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