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One step closer to Tasmanian natural whetstones

When it comes to delivering locally-made product, we try to leave no stone unturned…

Tony and I loaded up the ute and headed off to find the mystical stone that every stonemason I’ve spoken to in Tasmania told me doesn’t exist.

And we found it!

We fuelled up with coffee and awesome brownies courtesy of Mrs Tony and got going.prospecting1

We got a decent load as a starting point. Now just to sort out how to get it cut cost-effectively. We may even invest in the machinery ourselves yet… dunno.


Okay, so it wasn’t all smooth sailing, as Tony happily hints below. And I’m expecting that the “grit” rating will be a bit variable, but well and truly good enough to do the job. And we got it done, so I’m stoked.