I just poured a concrete post for my SkyShed pier. Yesterday, I removed the sonotube form and discovered a considerable amount of 'honeycomb' around the post.
When mixing the concrete, I erred on the side of not over watering to ensure a stronger bond. But, of course, that also means the concrete was less fluid and more prone to honeycomb. I had attempted to use an electric sander as a vibrator to help consolidate the concrete, but obviously it wasn't very effective.
Here are some pictures. It looks ugly, for sure, but I'm more concerned about the structural integrity.
Should I be concerned about the structural soundness of this post?