Used the lowrider to cut three layers for the mold.
Took several tries to figure out the best release chemicals. Motor oil alone wasn’t doing it – silicone provided the flex for such tight quarters.
Sealed the concrete.
Used the Lowrider to flatten a stump but then decided it was too distracting aesthetically (said stump has been relegated to dining room table).
Both baths are a big hit on dry days. I wish I had more documentation.
The drip rod is useless because it is swung round by the bluejays bouncing on and off.
Plus it turns out birds are real slobs and I have to clean the baths out daily anyway.
Will def revisit this idea of mold making again.