A Misunderstood Heart

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Here’s a lie I heard once at a lumberyard: When picking out boards, you should always choose ones that have the heart – or pith – in them because that is the strongest part of the tree. Those boards will be the strongest. Here’s a second lie I heard at another lumberyard: Never pick boards … href=”http://www.popularwoodworking.com/woodworking-blogs/chris-schwarz-blog/a-misunderstood-heart”>Read more class=”meta-nav”>»

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