We reclaimed these Red Oak and Douglas Fir boards from an old barn in Woodland, California that was built in 1920. These were stacked in the barn from the late 1920’s to the last board being added to the stack in early 1970. These boards have not seen daylight since 1970. The owner’s father Mr. Boham used to save pallets from the old Sacramento Printing Plant. He would drive over in his 1959 Chevy Apache and load them in the truck bed and bring them back to his barn, where he would disassemble them, and stack the boards. Tragically in 1970 he was in a horrible automobile accident in his Apache that left him severely injured. Unfortunately he passed away a short time after. We are so grateful to be able to share his story and passion for these boards through our custom handmade pieces.
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