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This Cedar was cut from our local cemetary by our landscaping crew and was given to me. They know I like wood and I get alot of phone calls for wood all the time. This should make some nice bowls.
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post #2 of 10 Old 04-29-2011, 06:32 PM
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Score!

Ya know, shipping to Texas is not that expensive...

I'd even consider splitting it with you.

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Mmm, cedar. Nice haul.

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post #5 of 10 Old 04-30-2011, 11:25 PM
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WOW,love that ceder

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Gads, I'm jealous

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very nice. I am new to turning and am interested in how you wil handle this wood. Will you split out the pith? Can you turn the smaller dia. wood with the pith . Is ceder rather soft and unstayable. How will you dry/age this cedar? I have access to some cedar/arborvitae, and western red in small dia sizes. Thanks
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Sweeeeeet, Can't wait to see what becomes of the logs.
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exceptionally gloatworthy ... enjoy!

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Thats it, I am moving in with you!!!!!
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