He chose to use plain ole’ cedar fencing. A good idea for the wallet, a good idea for the semi-rustic look, but a little tricky to work with. Cedar fencing is not nearly as uniform as a more expensive type of wood, like tongue and groove for example. So there was some extra work involved. He, after some trial and error, started running each plank through the table saw to achieve a more uniform size. That was a great idea! It minimized the gap between one row of planks and the next. He also ran each piece through a planer to achieve a smoother look on the side facing out. We wanted it left somewhat rough but not as rough as when we bought it. The planer did the trick.
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