I am thinking about a poured epoxy counter top for a wet bar in my office mancave room. I have done a few epoxy tops in the past but always over sound wood without a lot of voids. What I have in mind is some very distressed 5/4 live edge pine. It will take perhaps 3 of them to get the width I need and I don't plan on removing the live edge. The live edge has evidence of being walked on by men with spiked boots and chopped into with a sharp axe. My thought is to build it in place by laying down a layer of high density sawdust board followed by my live edge pine. I will fit the boards as close as possible and fill the voids between them with small gravel stone. The boards are from a log that lay buried in the bottom of a mill pond for 60 years so I thought gravel stone from the same river would be fitting. Some of the epoxy will need to be over an inch thick. I am sure that I need to do more than one pour any pointers would be appreciated.