Just got a call back from Mr. Shively, this morning. He said they're
located near Marshall in Point Reyes, about an hour north of the
Golden Gate Bridge. Their showroom apparently isn't a "walk-in"
affair, before you visit, he'd like you to all and get an appointment.
His number is on this page:
At my request, he faxed me directions to get there. I'm not reposting
them here because I'm not sure he'd want that (although perhaps he
would); I'd suggest any interested Bay Area woodworkers call the
number on that page.
For future generations, perusing this in an archive, looking for
information - if the above link ever goes dead, email me and I'll mail
you the phone number back.
Good detective work. Thanks for the effort. I thought
it might be in Marin.
I'll keep this in mind. Sounds like a great place and
would love to "roam" around there when I get setup
for my new shop.
I also know there's a place in Oakland/Berkley that
does reclaimed lumber as well. Mostly trees that
fell down and then milled.
My pleasure. If anyone goes and visits, I'd love to hear a trip
report. I'd been hoping he was going to have a "drop in any time" sort
of arrangement. I'm backed up right now on a bunch of very
non-artistic stuff for the house and don't have the budget for any
really pretty wood, anyhow. Probably be a couple of years before I
can really seriously even think about using any of his stock, and I'd
hate to waste his time just so I can drool.
Which does make me think - maybe a group of us could go up one day or
somesuch? I'd love to come along and browse if there's someone else
who may buy...
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