Gordon and David Gladden and Frank Antes go to Beauchamp's Lumber near Pocomoke, MD to have a taper and an angle cut on a long, thick piece of oak wood. This piece of oak will become the Ida May's stem piece. Mr. Scot Beauchamp owns a hydraulic saw, known as the "Wood Mizer," and he really knows how to handle it. We saved ourselves a lot of work by coming to Beauchamp's to get our stem cut.
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