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    Found this piece of butternut looking for something for a frame I have to make.
    5x20x1/2"
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  • #2
    Looks like it might have been bug food for quite awhile. Still could make an interesting project.

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    • #3
      I picked up a few 8X1X10 oak boards with the same bug marks. They can actually look good with rustic projects like frames or country furniture. Back in my early days of truck driving when I was a furniture mover, the going style was dented furniture. Folks liked the dark pine furniture that had been beat with a chain. Now they like faded paint with chips in it. Start a new fad with your find and make a bundle.
      It's never hot or cold in NH, it's always seasonal!

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      • #4
        Could make a bowl from a board. It might turn out nice.
        Roger

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