South of Tonight

Sporadic murmurs and other pomegranates from a one-way street

Wood Turning

Yesterday we met our friends Amy and Mike for lunch in Sonoma. Had a great meal at The Red Grape.

For Christmas they gave us two wonderful wooden pieces they turned themselves. A beautiful sea urchin ornament with stained Myrtlewood, turned by Amy …


Six inch Myrtlewood Sea Urchin Ornament

And a wonderful Maple burl bowl turned by Mike…


Eight and one half inch Maple Burl Bowl

Wish I was as artistically talented as Amy and Mike. Beautiful pieces. Thank you Mike and Amy.

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