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woodbutcher74

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@woodbutcher74 & @SirNot I just noticed this post.  I have been out to Hardwood Connection a few times.  It's about a 90 minute drive, but he (Ken Burch) has a nice selection of turning blocks including 16/4 pieces, so I go maybe twice a year.  Sycamore is a nice little town with the requisite antique store or two and some restaurants.  

Besides turning blocks I have picked up dry 16/4 butternut and honduran mahogany boards from Ken and I know he had some 16/4 walnut as well last time I was there.  He has a selection of slabs and thinner boards, but they're not so interesting to me.

I can't speak to his pricing as I'm not as price aware as I should be.  And dry 16/4 in desirable species isn't that easy to find; apparently it doesn't grow on trees :).

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