I started milling up some of the more interesting looking pieces of Indian Almond I picked up from the trees recently felled around my property. I sealed them up right away since they seem to attract borer insects immediately. I have to admit, it is seriously strange looking wood. It smells just like a guava when you cut it too. Not guava wood, guava fruit. I was surprised it also seemed much harder than I initially anticipated. We'll see how it seasons over the next few months, but so far it looks to be a fun project in the future.