Each Salmon in Scott Chamber's Salmon Chandelier is a work of art, hand made from molten glass. To achieve the beautiful golden scales on the salmon, Scott mixes sterling silver with 2000 degree glass, like making taffy, before sculpting each fish individually. While still hot, he shapes them for the radius of each row on the chandelier.
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If art glass does not quite fit your cabin decor this silver mica option from Hobble Creek Trading Co. just might do the trick. LINK
No game room is complete without a Sheridan Island Big Fish Salmon billiard chandelier.
Another update from Carl somewhere near Aitutaki.
Fresh out of diapers (according to Itu) this Bone went 29 inches against the tape and 17 inches in girth. We've seen plenty of big Bones but very few eats this week - what they're eating I have no idea - it certainly isn't any fly in my box. But whatever they're munching they're certainly getting plenty of it, by comparison the Keys and Christmas Island Bones are racing sardines.
LINK (Via Itu's Bones)
Story of how a community, centered around a summer swimming pool created by their creek dam, came together to tear down that dam, turning one of the strongest fish barriers in the watershed into a new model for how to restore a creek that's good for both fish and people.
Those of you who know a thing or two about the bike biz will recognize Gary Helfrich who appears in this video.. A former Aerosmith roadie, Gary was the founder of the titanium bike industry and was the first to design and build a titanium mountain bike. He was also a founding partner of Merlin Metal Works, the first company to successfully manufacture titanium mountain bikes on a commercial scale. He's also a member of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame.