Almost 3 weeks have past since we showcased our work at the HD Expo in Las Vegas. After coming back, there is following up leads, unpacking returning crates, and off course catch up on everything we have missed while we were gone. 3-1/2 weeks prior to going, we got ready, built product, got marketing ready, designed and built the booth, crated furniture, organized shipping and so forth. In Vegas another week to set up, exhibit and then talk a lot (and I mean A LOT) and finally take down the booth till 2am on the last show day. Aside from it having been an awesome event, stimulating to the brim, humbling and rewarding in one package - it was plain exhausting, ergo it took one full week to recover and get back to normal (if there is such a thing). Did I mention they had lost our big crate when we needed to pack up? Yes, they did.... and when staff took me along for a ride on one of their little yellow scooters to look for our blue crate (me sitting backwards), I shot this video - a good impression of what the show floor looks like after the crowd has dissipated. I don’t know what we would have done if we didn’t sell the biggest piece - the Tusk Console to a boutique hotel project in Buffalo NY. We filled our small box and then later resorted to distributing our remaining goods into the crates of our fellow BC-Wood members. We had to leave some things behind. We did not, however, go home with a bitter after-taste rather than a sense of accomplishment and immense gratefulness to Jim Baker, Yves St Hilaire and Brent Comber and ‘team leader’ Randi Walker. A big THANK YOU goes out to these guys for all the help and hard work - and the plain fun of good humour they shared along with lots of laughter.