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Re: Free Wood in Hardinsburg
Reply #15 - Sep 22nd, 2005 at 5:05pm
 
Hey Curt, sounds like a plan!
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Reply #16 - Sep 22nd, 2005 at 8:20pm
 
Phil and I drove up and we both had the same first thought, "Not much turning stock here."  Two hours later we had his trailor full.  Lots of mushrooms, boxes, and yes there will be some bowls come out of it.  I'll post pictures tomorrow.  Just too much going on today to get a picture.

Now it is off to bed.  Way too tired.   8)
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Re: Free Wood in Hardinsburg
Reply #17 - Sep 23rd, 2005 at 4:59pm
 
Well, here is my part of the stash.  Lots of fine pieces waiting to get out.  The one piece you don't see is the big piece of maple that is in the garage.  There was a huge tree that had died years ago.  She told me that if I could and if I wanted it I was free to go for it.  Just too big.  I think that if we had started with the maple we could have gotten it cut up.  But, we cut all five of the other trees first and were just too tired to fool with it. 

Ok, I can't figure out how to post a pic here.  Soooo, I'll post it in the gallery.   8)
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