Today I took some photos of David Pronsolino - a local - who came out with his portable mill to cut up some old logs left over from our lumber days. These were called a "dead man" - buried down into the ground and used as anchor points for Charles Lumber Company, when it existed. The great thing about this is that, not only are we recycling this beautiful redwood lumber without having to purchase or cut down anything, but we're using it as siding for our tasting room. I swear that everything on that building will have a family-related story behind it. Even I think that's neat.