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Since we had the storm last weekend I have more wood than I will ever use. I got this today from a Confederate Cemetary. I could not stand to see this turned into mulch. I will probally get more tomorrow.
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Nice! Do you have a band saw? Some of those straighter pieces could be resawn into 4/4 with a little effort ant then be used for cedar chests, etc. Others maybe bowl blanks.
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