Well...it took just over a year from the time the Wash Park walnut tree was felled, but we got it completed. The time suck was primarily having to wait for the thick timbers that would become the table's base to come out of the vacuum kiln. They took about 5 months to reach the right moisture content, but without a vacuum kiln, we wouldn't have been able to fabricate the base until 2020. Thank you CS Woods for the kiln drying and all of your assistance throughout the entire process. And while I am thanking folks, let me just take a moment for my biggest THANK YOU to Mr. Chris Olson. Chris not only worked tirelessly on this project with me, but he is solely responsible for its final design, look, feel, and overall spectacularness. Chris was so genuinely excited by this project, that he would be researching design & fabrication ideas all the time to come up with something truly amazing, and he sure did. When he wanted to do serpentine joinery on the 10.5' dial. top, how could I say no. AND SEE AT HOW AMAZING IT LOOKS!