I recently had to throw out some old patio umbrellas and noticed that the
ribs and post were wood. I know it's not maple or oak. It's a hardwood of
some kind - very light, like birch but it seems to have more 'pores' than
birch. Not an open grain like mahogany or oak but more pores than I've seen
Anyone aware of what type of wood this may be?
There are 10 kinds of people - those who understand binary and those who
BTW, I have gotten some good mileage with your posting tag line -- not
claiming credit, just telling people about it. Big business types with
engineering backgrounds love it -- and not just in a chuckle kind of way.
It's like a secret handshake they never knew they had, if that makes sense.
If you came up with it, you might consider filing a copyright -- a few
bucks. You can take a look at this for some info re that possibility:
Wish I could take credit for it - but I stole it from someone else <G> -
another programming type. My other favorite, being an Italian is:
Oregano: The Ancient Italian Art of Pizza Folding
Stole that one too!
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