This is a wood carving I made for Bill for Christmas from a chunk of pine that was in his woodpile. I loved the rough curvy bark on one side and so he cut the back and bottom level and I used his chisel and a knife to carve the relief. It represents our local Kolob mountains as well as other formations in the Southern Utah area. I stained it with a red oil stain and polished it with mineral oil. It is about 12" long and 4" tall.