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post #21 of 23 Old 04-11-2008, 04:16 PM
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I've sent my articles on CD to Mark Baker at Woodturning and don't remember having to pay that much. He wants me to write another so i guess I better get busy. Maybe I'll find out the price has gone up that much.
I did take some photos of work and my friend Marion Randolph in his shop. Mark was interested in them for a gallery page. Hope he runs it. you'll enjoy the photos of Marion's home made lathe.
I don't get the quality of wood that Daren gets but I have a yard full and it's going bad. Wish everyone could easily stop by and get some. I've offered my local turners but rarely does anyone come buy. I just got 3 fairly large basswood logs that I hope to rip up into carving size blanks and dry them.
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post #22 of 23 Old 04-13-2008, 12:39 PM
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wood going bad for lack of interest?

Howdy,

I live in northern Colorado, and lots of stuff won't grow well, or fast, here. I have some urban salvage, some in chainsaw cut slabs, some in chainsaw cut limb chunks, some in bandmill cut air-dried lumber. I'd be willing to trade some of my stuff for some of anybody else's. Here's how I propose to do it.
If you're interested, send me a pm with a picture and/or description of what you have, and what you'd like to see of mine. I'd respond in kind.
If we both agree, we'd trade.
The Post Office has a Priority Large Flate Rate Box (the box is free) 12 x 12 x 6, that ships up to 70 pounds anywhere in the lower 48 for $12.95. really.
They also have two smaller boxes, 14 x 12 x 3 1/2, and 11 x 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, up to 70 pounds, anywhere in U.S, $8.95.
You'd send me one of yours, and I'd send you one of mine.
I have chunks of apple, slabs and lumber of elm, and lumber of honeylocust.
Let me know if you're interested.

Thanks,

allen norris

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TT, How much would you be asking for some of the spalted red box elder? That is some beautiful wood.
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