I got a couple more coats of French Polish applied to the Bari and the Concert, Selected the East Indian Rosewood for the Kasha Tenor backs and sides, smoothed them up on the thickness sander and got the two piece back glued together. Then I headed for the Bellingham Farmers Market to buy some vegetables and have my lunch.
It is always fun to check out the buskers and leave a buck in their pot. This gal sings, plays the uke and the accordion. Give a listen.
And then I found this charming young cellist who was diligently playing his lessons. He was doing very well with his music and with his earnings.