The leg tenons are turned and ready to be fitted once the mortises are drilled. That may be awhile as I expect the seat will take several days, a bit of whisky, some cussing and a lot of questioning "why in hell did I decide to make the seat out of dry Red Oak".
BTW, this is the first use of the new #3 Clifton, while it is a heavy sucker, it is kinda nice. The old Stanley #3 was chattering a little (I know sharpen it up and/or take a lighter cut) where the Clifton was like a train on the cut.
Hope all had a good New Years eve and here is to an even better New Year.