Wow folks yesterday, Thursday July 3rd was pretty awesome for my wood working tool list to almost being completed. I’ve several things on order. Such as the WoodHaven Horizontal 575 router table, 3 of the 4’ T-Track Kits. I forget who at this moment but they made a wise comment about the T-Track Intersection Kit so I didn’t get it and added the 3rd 4’ T-Track kit. The Thin Rip Tablesaw Jig, Router Table Foot Pedal and a Blade Lubricant Stick was ordered also. I won 2 ebay Auctions also for a Grizzly Palm Detail Sander Kit, H3120 and a Grizzle G0538 1/3 HP Oscillating Spindle Sander. I was stoked! Then I came across some lumber. I called the guy and made an appt. to see what he had. I took some cash along just in case and left the trailor at home. I wished I had taken the trailor! Well I made two trips. the first I had my cargo area loaded down. Took the trailor back and loaded it down. All in all I ended up with who knows how many board feet of cherry, walnut, white oak, ash, cedar and birch. All of it is semi rough. It was cut with some kinda portable saw mill (a freaking huge type of a bandsaw) so it is pretty smooth on both sides. Three of the white oak pieces are like 7’ x 30” rangine 2-4 inches thick. Alot of crotch walnut, birch and cherry anywhere from 5’ x 12-30” 1” to 4” thick and the ash is about the same. I outta take some pictures but I doubt you care to see it. I’m not trying to brag here but for just beginning my wood working adventure or resuming it after 25 years I got pretty excited over this wood. He gave me a stack of cherry for turning. they range between 3×3x6’ to 12 ft and several 4×4x3’ to 5’. All of it has been air dried and has been in this fellows workshop for the last 6-7 years. Anyways I’ll be heading back to get some more in the next week or so. Now I am not sure what type of lumber rack to build. I think a box style would be best suited. Your thoughts on a lumber rack would be most welcome! FYI- It would be built in the middle of the garage. No wall space available.