You might be asking what is #391.
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It was a Cherry Burl Log that was dropped off at my house.
Today I went to a sawmill to get it cut up.
All loaded in the back of the van.
Sitting on the mill.
The first piece cut off.
A couple of cuts later.
And a little later.
Close Up of a piece.
Stacked on the sawhorse. The pile is about 4’ X 4’ and it’s two layers high, but a lot of spaces between the boards, so maybe 20-25 Bd Ft of slices.
While I was there I picked up a couple more boards of Red Cedar that I got the other day. These were 2” thick and 18” wide but some punk and wain and splits. If they were perfect they would be 24 Bd Ft per board. I was charged for 15 Bd Ft per board.
It cost $10.00 to cut up the burl – or it would have cost $10.00 if the burl hadn’t jumped off it’s holder and bent the blade. Another $20.00 for the blade.
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