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Re: Re: holes in barn beams


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Posted by JD-Tractor in NY on April 30, 2003 at 21:51:26 from (207.251.222.223):

In Reply to: Re: holes in barn beams posted by Dave Smith on April 30, 2003 at 17:33:18:

Scott,
Before you go and get all excited!If the holes don't look active you may have a variety of wood called wormy chestnut as it was used extensively for barns and such years ago It is quite desirable to woodworkers and hobbiest.Take a sample to a lumberyard or someone that knows woods for an opinion


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