Carving A Spatula From An Osage Orange Stump

Watch as I carve a small spatula from an Osage Orange stump. Osage Orange, also known as Bodark, has a distinctive bright yellow color that oxidizes to a golden brown. Bodark is one of the most rot resistant woods in North America and was commonly used for foundation piers and roads. The name Bodark was given to it by the Indians who used it for their bows. Enjoy!

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