|Arik eyeing up the goods.|
The cheese boards were made using the wood of one of our beloved trees that was taken down in December of 2012 due to safety concerns. It was a big oak and it stood here on the farm for approximately 200 years.
|The Big Oak.|
Each cheese board is unique and beautiful in it's own way. The big challenge is going to be picking a favorite.
|No two alike.|
The finishing touches of adding our logo will be underway soon. Once complete, these lovely cheeseboards will be looking for new homes and some delicious Wisconsin cheese to accompany it. We'll be sure to keep any of you folks who may be interested in one posted.
While I'm here, I'd also like to introduce you to our newest employee, Dennis (aka "D"). He recently moved here from Wyoming and started here on the farm last week. He's a great addition to our team and has been a huge asset to us already, mostly assisting Arik. We are happy to have him and look forward to our journey ahead.
I've always held an emotional attachment to oak trees and I hope if they're cut down, more are planted for they take ages to grow and hold their grace. The boards look lovely though and the sound of cheese is making me hungry. Good luck.ReplyDelete
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