The month of May was wet for nearly the whole of Kansas, and we happened to be one of the wettest spots in the state with over 30 inches for the month. Spring rains make grass grow and the lambs are good and growing. Photography and blogging has taken a back seat in a year of heavy labor on every front, but I managed to take my camera with me a few times while I did my rounds on the farm.
Sister Hog, Brother Tree, and the Voice of Copper: a Celebration of Long Labor and Process
Champion Table Build, Part 4: Base & Arc
That’s it for this round- next week there will be lots of sanding, also carving and inlay work as the table finally starts to become unified. Thank you to everyone for following along, and for your encouraging comments.
The Eternal Present
The Priesthood of the Land
“Rootrill” I hope that you will forgive me for posting an eleven minute song in the twenty first century. Mostly, I hope that you enjoy it.
White Oak and Cherry
A bowl for Clive, a mantle for Tanner, and a spoon and a saddle (I am only responsible for the plaque, which is in hedge and walnut) for Harold. This weeks bonus image is a little tree frog freshly emerged from my son’s tadpole nursery. I trust you’ll forgive so many images of one bowl when you consider how stunning the character of the grain is from every angle.