Tidying up Dad's shed unearthed some odd scraps of timber, bits Dad had kept even though to most folk they were too short to be useful. He was the typical depression baby - never throw anything away just in case it could be useful. (Mind you, I'm not sure what he thought anyone would use those 37 old shock absorbers for.)
Well, not wanting to disappoint, I took on the challenge of putting these odds and sods together into something useful to me. As a sawmiller, Dad had spent his working life sharpening saws, so for me the fitting use was a bench for my sharpening equipment. It took some juggling, but I finally came up with something that provided a shelf for the high speed grinder, another for the baby Tormek and one for my glass grinder.
It's not fine furniture and it's not art - but it is a nice reminder of Dad. If you'd like the plans I have a SketchUp version I can send to you.
I really should get back to building the house.