Precisely perfect

I love repurposing. This nifty ruler happens to be made from an old timber Venetian blind slat. The maker, his stamp is shown, was the man who meticulously built the Jabiru plane from kit-form that my son just bought from his place in Sale, Victoria.

He is a bit of an engineer and makes die cuts for all sorts of things with incredibly intricate machinery. This skill gave Rory confidence in his purchase decision, and considering I sat in the plane at between 2000-7000feet above the Nullarbor for four flying days to meet the West coast. I’m pleased he chose well.

Anyway I just love the simplicity of this little ruler which will take pride of place on my writing desk when I get home.

 

 

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