Turning Archive 2005
Gary Evans Tallassee, TN
>Sometimes it pays to procrastinate.
I got a load of holly early in the year from a local brush dump. It had obviously set for awhile, but the wood was very white, very little stain.
Life got in the way, as it often does, and I've only ended up processing a fairly small amount of the total load. I decided I'd better do something with it before it all goes bad, so I started cutting some of it up today.
Here's what can happen when you've got your back turned. This is an endcut from one of the logs. I'm thinking end-turned bowls for this stuff!