On top of that, we have to get our wood ready to burn in the wood stove this winter (we usually go through about 2 full cords. That's 256 cubic feet of wood and that is a lot of stacking!
So last week, our granddaughter and grandson came out from Dartmouth to help. Once the wood was stacked, they went out to walk the beach in rather dense fog.
They came back with this:
Who knew that they had both inherited Vickie's "Agate Eye"? As you can see, I was so impressed that I cut them both and I took the end piece of Erik's and tossed it in the tumbler with a load I was doing. And while it's a little "sugary" it exhibits amazing patterning.
I have managed to get two nice slices to play with and will tumble the other end piece next week.
It feels good to know that the wood is in and "The Agate Eye" has been passed on to another generation!