Out on the Oregon coast there is a special place called Camp Westwind. On a peninsula between the Salmon river and the ocean, it is a place of rugged beauty and old growth forests, but I know it best as a place of peaceful minds, grateful hearts and musical joy. We have been lucky enough to teach music there for Tunes In The Dunes several times and it always has been a highlight of our year. Three years ago, their site manager, Scotty, started saving wood for me that he cut and milled from downed trees on the Westwind property. Last year I made a couple of banjo ukes from Westwind wood, this time I put together this all spruce and walnut tenor ukulele. It is slated to be auctioned at Tunes In the Dunes to benefit Westwind. If you want one like it in the future, I will happily build you one and donate part of the profits.