Sawmill ‘piddling’ turns Mobile Bay driftwood into exquisite lumber

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The two hunks of wood in Richard Kimbrell’s hands are so weathered, so fragmented, so eaten by insects or worms that they’re fraying apart in long splinters. But he sees something, when he holds them together just so.“I can do something with that,” he says.There’s lots of evidence around him to suggest that he can….

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