Yesterday, Ground Hog Day, several friends and I took down three apple trees in 40 degree weather…including one trunk about 24 inches across and five foot long. It should make some excellent heartwood for projects…I guestimate we acquired about 5000 pounds of wood since my little trailer and 4.7 liter Jeep was straining to pull it up the hills west of town.
And then oddly overnight got sicker than a dog…maybe the local hamburger stands “double burger of death” or some odd bug that shot my tempurature up to 103.5…or maybe I was just excited to get so much great wood. A trip to the ER with no results and only perplexed doctors and me…with a slightly elevated white blood cell count. Tonight much much better…and excited to unload the trailer this week and seal the wood ASAP. Any suggestions on treating this apple wood? How to seal it…etc…before bandsawing it?
-- /\/\/\ BarryW /\/\/\ Stay so busy you don't have time to die.