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#1 posted 11-02-2012 10:22 AM

You can always take a chance and rough turn it thin set aside to dry or finish it and hope for the best. Or, end seal log with commercial end sealer (anchor seal, green wood sealer) wax, or latex paint and store until ready to turn.

Since have no idea on diameter, and MC now can only speak to what would do here where I live. After end sealing would wait till MC at 20% or less before rough turning. Right now in prime wood drying season so depending upon size may take three to six months before rough turning.

-- Bill

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