right away and one spare. Sweet. “Dale, my fr iend,” he said, “I would like to purchase FI V E of your best TEN-FOOT two-by-six pressure-treated pine boards.” After the order was written up and paid for, t he Wizard drove around back to the lumber shed to see to the selection of the five boards. Then he drove home, parked by his workshop, took the boards inside, set his table saw to 55¾ inches, precisely, and cut the ten planks ~
setting aside the five small pieces of scrap with a satisfied smile. Life was good. Gathering up his hammer, power screwdriver, and decking screws, he carried one of the new planks out onto the pier. Aha, there was the first missing plank. First, he pulled out all the old nails.
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