Is anyone from the SE Wisc area and would know where I can get a
project's quantity of yellow pine? The person for whom this is going
to be created requested the wood, but I'm not having any luck finding
some. Barring that, what about reasonable substitutes? I'm not crazy
about going with anything softer and I can't think of something that
would have a similar appearance. The only thing I can think of is
cypress, but I haven't worked with it before. This is for a
rustic/country hall tree with bench.
Thanks for any thoughts!
firstname.lastname@example.org (David E. Penner) wrote in message
I wasn't aware of this place. I'll have to get over there and see
what they have. Do they have a store front you can walk into?
Just searching the web I also found 'Hanson and Leja'
(http://www.hansonleja.com /). Anyone familiar with this?
Also I've checked Badger Hardwoods down in Walworth. I've never
actually shopped there, but have checked their inventory from time to
Thanks for opening my eyes to other locations all.
Yeah, I've tried KMH. It's the first place I tried since that's the
place I go most often. I called up to the place outside of Hartford
but was told they didn't have any. I always forget about the South
office. My parents even live over there. Heh. Thanks for the
reminder. I'll check them out... and the other suggestions too.
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