Building a Beetle Kill Pine Kitchen Table
 
Beetle Kill Pine sadly is readily available in Colorado.  However, there is a silver lining to the destruction of the pine trees from the beetle larva.  They do make beautiful wood.  

This table was designed to be a small kitchenette table,  It was a lot of fun to build but added a challenge in getting all the bug holes filled with epoxy.  I used about 3 times as much epoxy as I thought I would.  Some of those holes seemed to be bottomless pits. 

If you would like to see more completion pictures of this table please visit my website Beetle kill pine table

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