New beginning for Wilson Park oak










Friday we had brilliant blue skies and a high of 70 or so, so .  .  .  without really discussing it, we found ourselved drawn outside to do some sawyer work that was overdue.  We spent the day flitch cutting and stacking these oak slabs which previously provided shade and beauty for many locals at Wilson Park.  It had been located on the North corner of Wood Avenue, right across from the library for as long as I can remember, and probably much more.  I really hated to see it's life come to an end, but I'm pleased that it didn't get buried at the landfill, like so many.  

Robin Wade