I had planned to publish the next month of "Woodworking on $1.50 per day" last week, but time got away from me. The good news is, one of the things that happened over the weekend was a sale at Woodcraft, which may have changed dramatically what I was going to write.
I've just ordered two tools I've been wondering about for a couple years. Both are planes by Mujingfang, who have a reputation for building decent, reliable tools. One is their plough plane, which is cheaper than the next best option by... maybe a couple hundred dollars, new? It normally runs about $65, and was 15% off. The other, which is much more relevant, is their 11" jack plane. Since I was planning to write about how it's impossible to find a new plane at a good price, and it runs about $50, now I'll have a chance to test whether I can still say that.
I expect them to arrive sometime next week, or over the weekend if I'm extremely lucky. So you can expect the next post in the series then. In the meantime, I hope to find time (and scrap) to build a toolbox like the one I suggested building. If so, I'll post some photos and a build log.