Wild Side Guide Terry Bulger shows us how a former criminal fraud investigator started carving common wood into unique artwork with pocket knives, chisels and chainsaws.
Lundy Cupp grew up loving his outdoor life in rural Minnesota just a little bit south of Canada. He always thought it was perfect for him, then he visited Tennessee, and decided to move here. The wooded wild he discovered in Cheatham County has changed his life, one stick at a time. Wild Side Guide Terry Bulger shows us how this former criminal fraud investigator started carving common wood.
The tools of Lundy’s trade all depend on his mood, some days his creations are born through his pocketknife, other times he’ll gas up the chainsaw and just start cutting. The deadwood he deals in is the big winner in all of this. It moves from rotting in the woods, to a rebirth where its existence is now full of admiration and awe.
If you’re interested in learning more about Lundy’s carved creations, visit his website here.
From show 2505.