Tuesday, January 31, 2006
My mom has had a special place in her heart for the satin silver Bonaire driftwood, ever since the '60s, when Sandra's dad brought back some samples to us in NJ.
Now that I've lived here for a while, I've noticed that the sun and the salt air tend to turn any exposed wood into that "driftwood" color, even if it is part of a structure etc.
We also saw some cool gnarly tree stumps on Brandaris. Here is one of them doing a great driftwood imitation.
Posted by Brad