Well I am just sitting here baking my cork bark and thought I would ramble.
Today, got the shelf made up for under the tank stand. I used the damage door from the stand and an old wooden flag pole for the legs. I came out pretty good.
I cleaned some cork bark up with salt water, don’t ask why but that is what I did and now I am baking it in the oven at 170 degrees. Working very well.
Will keep you all updated.
Here are few pictures of the cork bark and mopani wood I plan on using in the crabitat. Also, the cork bark is sitting on the shelf I made from the damaged door from the tank stand and an old flag pole. Also a nice piece of mopani wood I got from the Bean Farm.
Did you order the cork online?
Yes I did Stacy, I got it from the Bean Farm. I have way too much, I am thinking of selling off the rest. 4 pounds of cork bark is a lot!
You are so much more organized and handy than I am! I can’t wait to see the end product.
I have just luck mostly. But my great grandfather was a cabinet maker and dad was a auto/truck body repair man, so I learned a lot from them. But sometimes my ideas are over thought and take multiple tries. But I am used to it. LOL. Me too, Stacy, I can’t wait to see the whole tank come together!!
I just don’t have the patience. I was doing good to do all the pre-planning before I found the actual tank.
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