I finally have closet doors in the bedrooms at the home in Ojo de Agua.  The frames were made from conventional lumber and the body of the doors with Caña Blanca, a type of native cane purchased from a neighbor farmer.  The Caña has to be cleaned well with a machete and sand paper to smooth it out enough before sealing it.  The doors turned out spectacular.  Dexter and I started them, then Gordy and I finally finished and hung them.  It was a team project.  It took a while.  The project kept getting put on the back burner, but it was worth the time.  I’m so happy with how they turned out.