Glueing wood planks together can be a stressful job. Each plank is about 1/4″ thick and at least 8ft long. You have to apply glue on the 1/4″ sides of each plank, and sometimes for more than 15 of them, as quickly as you can so that the glue won’t set or run off. The following method might help you get the job done without much hassle.
Archive for April, 2010
Andy Anderson must be from another dimension or something. He can obviously freeze time, like so, in these photographs, and he seems to be able to see every spectrum of light and captures the only needed.
In the movie, Sprout, the wooden board builder Tom Wegener talks about mulching trees with his wood shavings. To produce less waste is one thing, but what he really enjoys, I think, is to know that the boards he builds eventually go back to where they come from – Trees.
Check out his fabulous works on his website. The board used here is 6′4″ Merlin.
Both of the two endangered species from our dunes are blooming right now. They are federally listed under the Endangered Species Act as Endangered and listed as Endangered by the State of California. They are not necessarily rare in Humboldt dunes, but they are endemic, meaning they can be found only in our dunes.