Jim, Madts nailed it. In the photo is a piece of poplar clamped to a saw horse that will be the head frame of a pivot door. The emergency was caused by the architect screwing something up and the door has now become a double door with the frame bent at 45° in the middle. It’s a crazy thing that I’m going to finish today. I used the plane to fit it to the wall for a L-bead (no regular trim).
It’s s very lightweight so I don’t mind carrying it. I have this joke about the tool pocket in my bag. It contains everything you need, not everything you want. That’s because I had 2 or 3 days in a row where someone needed something that nobody else had on site but I was able to pull those things out of my bag like a magicians hat. :-)
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