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Emboldened by table building success I decided to raise up our hutch. I thought that would make it look more interesting. Off I went to the Madería Villalobos. Heavy provincial legs completely fit the bill, they looked sturdy enough that the breakfront wouldn’t look like a stilt walker, they were a little taller than I wanted but I thought that it would still be okay. Unfortunately, there were only three left. Why is someone going to all the lumberyards and buying only one leg? After much deliberating, I finally decided on some shorter, sturdier and more practical legs. As in many of my great ideas, this one crashed when confronted with reality. After consulting with my team of advisors, I came to the conclusion that while it was a feasible project, it was going to involve more than just slapping a set of feet onto the bottom. Words like cross bracing and weight bearing were bandied about. The legs are ...

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