Tobias said that wood looks like Osage orange. I am going with that.
The saw restoration has begun! Removed the handle, basting the rusty fasteners with death (seriously, if cancer has a smell this is it!), and the first round of sanding on the blade. There is some pitting that may remain after the second sanding so she will have some scars. I am going to laminate some nice wood slices together for the new handle. This saw is going to be better than ever!
@fleeky @jiggidy @neauoire @Rstar @rek @xj9 @ashesmonroe @avalon Circus artists are getting drunk off 'instafame' right now. Circus is a huge fad now and everyone wants a piece. People are only interested in "connecting" if it helps their public image or puts money in their pockets. Everyone is boarding the "recreational circus fitness" money train and its going straight to Corporation station.
Got the board and blocks done in the nick of time! Sent them over to the gala. Some time tonight some lucky people will win the auction and have some cool gear to help them with their handstand training! Both of these items were made of 100% salvaged wood. Some from abandoned furniture left on the streets, some from cabinets from the circus school, and the black walnut from old slabs slowly rotting in the forest.
I went again to help my friend with his harvest. He only wanted the big primary and secondary buds as the price a farmer can fetch per pound has plummeted with legalization in California. There were still plenty of beautiful buds both big and small, like these, left over. I embarked on a "Leave No Bud Behind" campaign. I did my best with the limited time that I had, but, sadly, so many still remain. Zoom in. BTW these sugar coated lovelies are organically grown and smell like heaven should!
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