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Lunden started to work in local sawmills, lumberyards and railroads, eventually moving his way up to director positions at several lumber companies and becoming the president of multiple banks.
The list prompted the two friends to talk about the local lumberyard that used to be a horse barn and the office space that used to be a bowling alley and night club.
The house was built in 1951 from natural materials, including limestone and cedar, for Ray Woods, the owner of a lumberyard.
Here, the sheet was sawed in half; cut yours to fit your space (or have the lumberyard do it).
Over in Titusville, the Playalinda Brewing Company’s Brix Project brewery and restaurant in a former lumberyard offers burgers, board games and a broad assortment of beer (5220 S. Washington Ave., Titusville, playalindabrewingcompany.com).
The first phase, completed in June, brought a four-story building with 77 apartments and five ground-floor retail spaces to the former lumberyard at 1505 Wisconsin Ave.
Big box discounters are gaining sales from smaller, often family-owned neighborhood stores just as big do-it-yourself chains grow at the expense of neighborhood hardware stores and small-town lumberyards.
His father, Noel, a bus driver before becoming the manager at a lumberyard, showed him the game.
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