Very magical place in Italy.
Not that I am going to share any of the stuff I do with it, I don’t want to embarrass myself but I thought I put a “mental” not here so I don’t forget to check it out in the future.
One funny thing I saw when I went to their old website name (opens a new page) is that you now get Kellogg’s Cornflakes at that address instead of digital fruits.
That means, If you buy a 2 x 4 inch piece of wood, it will actually be 1.5 x 3.5 inch… At least it’s consistent across the board. ALL the wood listed at 1 inch thickness is actually 3/4 inch and all the wood listed at 3/4 inch is actually 1/2 inch.
I got very mixed answers on this topic. Reaching from “I should have told you because everybody knows” to the cashier at Lowes that was not aware of the fact. I call that the Denmark syndrome, if yo know what I mean.
I guess t hat’s why Swiss build accurate watches and not Americans 😛
The quality of the wood is extraordinaire I have to say. It’s all Canadian and you can actually feel the power of the bears that lived with this wood when it was still a tree.
It is very magical to be so close to the legendary tip of the Eiger but the FrenchFries smell in the air drops one back to the touristic grounds in no time…