I was eating dinner with my old retired pastor back a few weeks (I think it was in December), when he mentioned that he was interested in selling the rough-cut lumber that he has collected for many years. He said he already had a taker on the walnut, but he had almost 2000 bft of air-dried cherry, some more than 30 years old, that he was interested in selling. Now this fine man has reached 80, and he’s realized that he’s not going to use all the bounty he has saved up.
A day or two later, I called and told him I wanted to buy a good bit of it if he could give me a price.
So, I’ve got 1000 bft of lumber – and had no place to store it.
Lumber racks were needed.
Unfortunately, the 5 minutes/month that I have for LJ has elapsed. Got to take the wife to the doc.
More about lumber and racks later.