Well, it was bound to happen eventually... I got a perfectly straight
7/4 8.5" x 54" hunk of Mesquite (unheard of in Wisconsin) tonight that
has been air-drying for about 10 years. My dad had been storing it to
make a sign (though he wasn't sure what sign it would be) and I asked
him not to waste it. So, he gave it to me on the condition that if he
ever decides he needs a sign, I'll make him one out of Cedar. It's
really unlikely he'll ever need a sign of any sort, so it was
basically a free score. Now to figure out what to do with it...
Aut inveniam viam aut faciam
Just had to jump in with some words of wisdom passed down from my dear
ol' dad (who taught English at some point in a varied career): You can
be hung and you can be hanged. One's good and one's real bad.
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