After a nice week at the IGMA Guild School in Castine I'm back home.
We had a nice tour from Castine to Boston. The most fascinating sight on the tour was those creatures.
Well, back home I wen't to the garden for removing some of the weeds. When doing that I heard the sound of buzzing bees. Has my neighbour got a beehive ?
No. It was this plant that was filled with bees. (I don't know the name.)
There was hundreds.
Lessons learned at the GuildSchool: Carving a lot. I took both of the classes given by Ann High. She was a very good teacher so we learned a lot.
24 hour class: 16th Century Carved Chest (with a little extras :-)
12 hour class: 16th Century Boarded Stool with Pierced Tracery
And a little extra just for fun
Next is to try out the new tool I brought home. A Jim Byrnes drum sander.
PS: A photo trick. I use a black granite tile to get the mirror effect.