Larry Merlau, I am reporting in as promised. I am keeping notes and taking pictures.We arrived in Port Townsend on Sunday so that I could be ready for class early on Monday. The weather was a little overcast with a marine push as our ferry left the dock at Keystone, but the sun broke through as we arrived in Port Townsend. The weather has been great ever since with mostly sunny weather in the high 50's or low 60's.There are 9 kindred souls taking Garrett Hack’s Demilune class. Four of us were in Garrett's Splay Leg Table class last year at Port Townsend School of Woodworking. Five of us are from Washington ( 2 from Bellingham, 2 from Seattle and 1 from Spokane) and one each are from California, Montana, Massachusetts and South Carolina. We have a banker, two lawyers, two software developers, two engineers, and one retired person.Monday was spent designing the demilune table, building the bending forms for our front aprons and preparing the 5 thin layers (1/8") of wood required for the front apron. They were bandsawed from stock and the outside faces of the stack was hand planed to a fine finish as it would be difficult to do after they are bent. Here are some pictures of some legs and a front apron that Garrett had brought with him from Vermont to show us what we were going to be doing the first couple of days. The legs are of some beautiful pear and the apron’s outside face is apple.Tomorrow, I will post more pictures of our progress on Tuesday and Wednesday. In the meantime, here is some pictures of this mornings walk along the beach to class.Rebecca walked over to the school and on our way back to our lodging we stopped on the high bluff at Fort Worden Park and just enjoyed the evening. It is great to be here!