Thank you too much. Happy to pay in honey, or Log Cabin -- by volume or
weight? Indeed, the question came up in discussing Weeksville -- good
guess, huh? BTW, were you trying to match existing or just get close enough
And thank you all for coming to the aid of a non-woody.
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> You can still get sawn wood lath. We used a bunch for plastering at
> Weeksville. We found it at Bay Ridge Lumber, M. Fine, and Feldman. If you
> want (God forbid) riven lath, Tom Paske is the only person I know patient
> enough to produce it. If you want split lath, I have about 1,000 s.f. of
> (ca. 1795). Special price for you, honey.