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#1 posted 05-18-2012 03:23 PM

I had some black walnut logs, around 36” wide, sawn up after they had sat under cover for about 6 months and sent them to Nevada in the early springtime. I’m in NW Oregon. My brother down there let them set and dry for about a month then sliced them up and completely tricked out the inside of his home with it. Absolutely beautiful. But walnut is forgiving, and can put up with stresses other woods cannot. This is getting pretty late in the year to send wet wood down there, but if you can control the woods’ drying then it may still work okay. Best of luck.

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