Almost all of the boards are 9-12" wide. I'll be busy planing it all once the weather warms up a bit.
My theory is that if I don't have a stash of hardwood in my garage, then I no longer need my Shopsmith and my other tools. A saw without wood is useless.
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There are a number of hard wood sellers in Salt Lake. The only one I have ever gone to is McBeth Hard Woods. We have a custom wood shop here in Ogden about 6 miles away. That is where I buy my hard wood.. He keeps the common species in stock in various rough thicknesses. I don't know how his prices compare to say a McBeth's but in the small quantities I buy it is not worth the 70 mile round trip to Salt Lake to save a few pennies if that were the case.
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