First, yes; the foot is doing better, thank you all for your concern. Yesterday the reds, purples and blues peaked in their vibrance, it was quite a sight! This morning they are all beginning to fade, indicating that some real healing is now taking place.
By using two sets of clamps I ams still gluing up a whole pannel per session, but I must move the first one off the table to make room for the second. I can get away with this on narrower panels like this, trying to move a wide panel single handedly sometimes has disasterous results, so I prefer to leave them laying flat to dry.
We had a major wind storm roll through this afternoon. Really high winds can get scary here with all the trees graoning and knocking together like a martial arts festival. The wind roaring through the rees ar the ridge of the mountain sound like a freight train. The weind blew the covers off of two lumber stacks - throwing the concrete block that were supposed to hold them down over TWO other lumber stacks (4 feet wide each with 2 feet between each of the three stacks involved) and they landed just a couple of feet from the back of my shop. That is some serious wind!
It has died nown now and I have to go out to put the covers back in place before the rain starts and soaks those stacks of lumber.
Thanks for dropping in!