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I need to find some good places to hunt up lumber.
Look in the neighbors front yard :laughing:. Juniper is an ornamental shrub, a kin to the eastern red cedar tree. I am going to convert you into an urban logger yet ;)...And you are right with your rustic decor business "accent pieces" like those would be a big seller. You have connections with homebuilders and rustic theme restaurants in your area...one of those on every table you build would be icing on the cake $.

Get to know a couple tree services/lawn services, go to the municipal burnpile (if there is one, should be) literally TONS of stuff like that is being burned every single day.
 

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That is just too cool. That would fit in perfectly with what I do for a living. I need to find some good places to hunt up lumber.
Hi Big Dave,

I saw some of your work in your before and after post, and want to say that you do some beautiful work!!

Like Daren said, the raw wood that I use is everywhere. Most of the material that I use is considered to be nothing more than firewood by most folks, which is good for us.

Thanks to All for your input,

Ron
 

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how did you get the wood that cleaned up and still keep the soft lines? was it all free sanding?
 
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