It's a great feeling when the long-awaited, much-anticipated game graces your table with its presence! Is that cherry or mahogany stain or veneer?
...but no idea which "wood tone" puts the *blom* in Blomidon or the *fun* in Fundy?
The deck is indeed a nice tone!
From Muzzies, for those that were wondering:
2. What is the meaning of the board names? When we used the names of the stains people were sometimes confused and thought that our boards were cherry or mahogany woods, rather than all maple as our site states. We chose Annapolis, Fundy, and Blomidon because we live near the Bay of Fundy, on the mountain that forms the northern boundary of the Annapolis Valley. At the eastern end of our mountain, Blomidon, a clay bluff, juts out into the Bay, separating it from the Minas Basin. It is a beautiful part of God's creation that we get to call home.
The boards themselves are all maple, and the names they've attributed to their stains come from names of the surrounding area (Annapolis being the lighter natural looking stain, Fundy being the darker walnut-ish stain, and Blomidon being the redder mahogany-ish stain). I think it's a nice touch.