Before I moved on to more lands I needed to trim up the internal lines of tiles. I was laying them very close to the metal knowing I would later come back and add the grout line with the Festool Track and Saw.
With that completed I was free to move onto the Land of the Celestial Though. This burl I got from Cookwoods.com. (One of the best wood places I have found and the kindest people I have every met! Chris and Catherine Cook truly treat me so very encouragingly.) Anyway, the burl is Olivewood from California. It is…well you can see…beautiful and I think fitting for a land dedicated to thoughts of higher things.
After the Olive Burl, I wanted to put a volcano in the corner. My neighbor gave me an old Black Walnut Burl he had been saving for years that just happened to fit the bill perfectly. It was hollowed out in the center, a center that I plane on filling with crushed red stone. This land is called the Volcano of the Unexpected Thought!
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-- "With a little bit of faith, and some imagination, you can build anything!" Nate