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Hey Cal, as promised. First PIPs. More after the slab gets cut and planed. And after Phyl gets back with the camera. That slab is 2" thick, about 16' wide and I'll cut it to yield a 48" long table top. The finished width will depend on the width of the glass "river".
Phyl just brought me the latest issue of Woodcraft. She wants me to build the River Table featured on the front page. She wants mesquite. It'll be for one of our sons....not the one who got the Morris chairs. So, not having slabs that configuration, I found a place about 190 miles south that was recommended by a few friends over on Lumberjocks. He'll custom cut for me and his prices are 1/3 of what the mesquite cost for the rifle box. Finding a good source of my favorite wood has made my year. Gonna pour me a glass of mesquite smoked Del Bac to celebrate.
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