So it began with a trip to Ironwood to see what they had as their stock always changes and they have a phenomenal amount of stock at any point. Thankfully i wasn't there to dodge the forklifts and discuss the finer points of dressed and undressed recycled Jarrah decking.
Back in ManLand, Mr Blue-eyes cut the the planks to size and planed them back to raw timber.
Each plank was routed to slot into the framing pieces and you can see the table top in one piece clamped to the work bench.
A frame was made from left over bench timbers that the top was attached to and then the angled legs were bolted to that. The legs came from a misc plank that was found out the back of the shed that when planed back came up a nicely.
And here is the final table just after it has been oiled with a mix of turps and linseed oil. Over the next few days it soaked right in and darkened up. It will get another coat in a few weeks and then a coat about every year afterwards.