Have you ever come across something so unexpected that set your mind running?
Here in NY, we pay a nickel deposit on every water bottle or soda/beer can or bottle. With the cost of materials skyrocketing, we can take our bottles and cans to a redemption center for 6 cents back on every bottle or can. On my last trip to the redemption center, I noticed an A-frame on the edge of the parking lot. There was a broken slab of granite on the one side, a neutral slab behind it,
And this gorgeous slab of granite on the other side. Love the movement in this one. Yes, that is miscellaneous garbage surrounding this A-frame of granite slabs.
Weird, right? I had to quickly redeem my bottles, and rush off to WD's lacrosse game, but I couldn't stop thinking about the granite. What was it doing no where near a stone yard, in a parking lot surrounded by trash? Could one of the broken pieces be a good fit for the hutch we're building?(I'd need to pick up a diamond blade and some polishing wheels for our grinder) Who would I ask about the granite? If they're abandoned or crazy fire sale prices, do I need to invent a reason to use the one with movement?
So what do you all think? Should I run back over there and ask some questions?