E17 | Cherry Blossoms, Mount Rushmore | Ask This Old House
Jenn travels to Washington D.C. to see the Cherry Blossom Festival and then helps a homeowner select and plant a cherry tree for his own house; Mark learns about how Mount Rushmore was built and demonstrates various techniques for cutting stone; Nathan visits Abraham Lincoln's house in Springfield, IL. Then, he helps a homeowner to replace his traditional mortise hardware with hardware that locks.
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