Thckness for rough cutting/drying logs to lumber
I know the first answer to this question is always "it depends", but here goes.
I've been playing with taking small logs and rough cutting them into lumber for undecided future use. So the question is what's a good initial thickness to rough cut the lumber to so that indoor basement drying doesn't take half a decade, but keeping as much flexibility as possible in what you're going to do with it someday. Of course the thicker the more flexibility you have later.
So I had a log of ceder today and I milled it into 1 inch thick boards. Would you have gone thicker, thinner, or did I get it about right?