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Jack Love of Sonora has made an art out of salvaging scrap lumber.
Whether it’s leftovers from a sawmill in Howevalley or boards from a barn blown over by a storm, Love finds use for unwanted lumber. He turns it into tables, bookcases, hutches, foot stools, gun racks and chairs among other things.
Love makes what’s known as live-edge slab furniture.
“I knock the bark off, but I leave the edge on it,” Love said.
Walnut, oak, cherry and maple are some of the types of wood he uses.
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