Or, a wooden cup? I was running out of stuff to do, so I started another project. Last night I was watching one of the Cimbrer Bushcraft youtube videos. Tom was showing some modifications to a sheath he has. It is very dry in Denmark and he couldn’t have a fire, so no coffee. But, he did have his whiskey anyway. He poured it into a tiny kuksa. I must have one, so I started one. Here is Tom’s cup: I have some very well seasoned Live Oak from a friend in Louisiana, very heavy and dense stuff. It has a few shrink checks in it, but nothing to worry about. I will be filling the visible ones with super glue before continuing work. This is the block I chose and the rough markings before starting the cuts. To be continued, the dog wants to play. That is more important... OK, that didn’t take long. FOOD was discussed and she disappeared. Then the band saw, drill press and belt sander took over. I started chiseling the inside of the bowl too. This stuff is like chiseling rock. I want to finish the chisel work before thinning the walls. The plan is to thin the side walls to about a quarter inch before it is complete. I want to maintain the flat bottom so it will sit. The grain is perfect, IMO. I will drag my graving ball in to my work bench so I can use the vise on it to hold this for the chisel work.