"I agree with Bill that the humidity swings were much greater yesteryear than currently. In England the humidity is more constant and the wood movement is less."
Do you mean England, the United Kingdom, or the British Isles, Paul? The climate here in the UK varies quite a bit across these islands, as it does to an even greater extent in North America. I think you really need to be more specific about which two climates you are comparing to make such statements, e.g. are you comparing the climate of, say, Arizona with eastern Essex, or perhaps you're comparing the climate of British Columbia with western Cumbria? You don't say. Slainte.
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