I payed a visit to a local sawyer yesterday, and during conversation we kind of hit it off. He had a whole lot of cherry logs and cedar that he wanted to sell. We ended up milling them, and then the more we talked, the more logs we milled. I walked out with a truckload of lumber. I had about 250bf of cherry, and 150-200fb of honey locust, slab cedar, silver maple, white oak, and ash…for 80 bucks. In the pic below, the very front is silver maple. The left 60% is cherry. The right 40% is the slab cedar, white oak, honey locust. The ash is kind of scattered thru it. I’ll post some more pics on here showing the grain when I start to stack it today.
Here is some Honey Locust
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