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OOooopppsss.......I think I waited TOO LONG :eek::thumbdown::huh::1eye::shifty::blink::yes::yes:

THAT'S the risk in spalting it naturally especially to get the max (whereever that may be???). Differ woods...differ timing...wheather effects speed..available sawtime...etc. etc.

I think I went a LITTLE TOO far into stage 3 :laughing::laughing::laughing::furious:

I cleaned up a little more than I expected to the burn pile ( IF rot will burn!!??).

Here's some pics....enjoy...laugh or cry....I did....both. I also got extra credit in the school of "hard knocks".

They don't look it from this pic...but TOO far gone
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When it sprouts grass...TOO far
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A nice pile of loosed bark (redneck for it done fell off!!)
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Nature is the ultimate recycler. If you don't use it, it goes back to the soil. Nothing wasted. Around here, hickory is gone is less than a year, walnut is good for 10 years on the ground (heartwood). Good example of "use it or lose it." Somehow, I bet you've got other logs on the deck waiting to be sliced up.
 

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How did you know there's more???...HAVE you been snooping around my log piles???:laughing::laughing::shifty:
 
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