In wood working, it rarely goes as planned. It’s rarely straight-forward. The flub can sometimes be fixed, but often we need to scrap it and start completely over. This is a story about a flub that flopped.
It seems weird to start our story of TAZ Boards with the dismantling of our wood shop, but the end of one thing is always the beginning of another. Since the next story hasn’t quite begun yet, we may as well start at the end of the last one.