I was feeling kind of wild so I didn't even draw a line. I just marked around half of the board with a divider and started the saw there. Made sure to cut straight down the end grain and off I went. That's my 4 1/2 point Keen Kutter in the above photo. Cutting was a bit slower than I thought it should be so I switched to my 5 point D8. Now we were moving, apparently the Keen Kutter could use a sharpening session and more rake to boot.
There I am getting near the end. I don't really know if there is some technique to finishing properly but what I did was turn the board around and start the other direction. The saw gods were smiling upon me since I was able to get the cuts lined right up without much issue.
For those wondering the board was 6 in wide by 28 in long and it took me 14 minutes to cut it from end to end.