… but this post has nothing to do with that. Thank goodness.
We just started to work on Chestnut for order #9724 for 1,4000 square feet. It is one of Tyler’s favorites so he is very excited about it!
Three oak granary boards glued together, about to get stained, to form a 3×5 pallet. Don’t know what a granary is? That’s okay, I didn’t either… according to Google,
“A granary is a storehouse or room in a barn for threshed grain or animal feed. Ancient or primitive granaries are most often made out of pottery. Granaries are often built above the ground to keep the stored food away from mice and other animals.”
Also, a 3×5 pallet of Weatherboard “shorts” nailed onto plywood. Both are for order #9729 – a commercial food photographer as platforms to shoot food on….yum!
A 3.5’x9′ Hemlock table that was added to order #9715 of ten similar style 3’x3′ tables for their new cafe called Brick Gables
which is opening soon!
Heart pine floor joists that are being cleaned and cut in half for order #9733.
Jordan is stacking a fresh batch of barn siding that will be used to help finish the Weatherboard orders that we are currently working on.
and today we are soaking in as much sun and warmth as we can.
No matter what tomorrow has in store for us, Spring starts Saturday!