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Jim Finn

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#1 posted 951 days ago

”.......Aromatic Eastern Red Cedar is very forgiving regarding drying. It tends to dry quickly …....” Very true! The saw mill where I buy my red cedar here in Texas tells me it takes just a few days for 1” thick boards to air dry. I find this to be true here in this dry part of Texas. I buy about 35 boards 1”x 8” x 8’ at a time all eastern red cedar that grew in Georgia. All plenty dry to use for me.

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