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As always Herb, you prove yourself to be a class act. .
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Well done Herb, all the way around!

From time to time these little gems of a find pop up around here. Just wish I had the funds and the space to store em.

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Well done Herb, all the way around!

From time to time these little gems of a find pop up around here. Just wish I had the funds and the space to store em.
Thanks Bill,and Chuck,and all,
We were at the lumber store a week ago and looking at the walnut, and it was all steamed,cracked and [email protected] $10.50/bdft we didn't buy any for that price.
After breaking down the pile, it was mostly Red Alder, and red cedar, what I thought was Dogwood was identified as Holly.
Storing a stash of lumber is a problem, and tripping over it in the meantime is a joy.
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There is something comforting about having wood as opposed to having to go buy wood even if it is in your way.
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Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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The Holly is a nice bonus, Herb.
For folks that haven't encountered it (the wood I mean) here's a bit about it;
Holly | The Wood Database - Lumber Identification (Hardwood)

If you haven't previously, you might want to bookmark the source;
The Wood Database
It's a great resource.
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looks like some nice wood
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Nice stash...now get busy...

..."class act" certainly fits...good choice of words...

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Yes, this is a great wood)
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Well, it's getting close the the Christmas season so the Holly might be a nice decoration...
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