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muleskinner

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#1 posted 05-09-2013 06:23 PM

I’m at the opposite corner of the country from you, Northwest WA, so I don’t know how relevant our prices are. I have two places within 60 miles that carry hardwood. One with a limited variety the other with everything from alder to zebra. Yesterday, at the latter, I bought 15 bf of cherry for 80 bucks (5.39/bf s2s). I usually get walnut there for $6 – $7 a bf/s2s. While I was there I looked at some figured hard maple that was $10/bf but didn’t bite (thinking now that I wish I had). The walnut and maple are non-native here and I don’t think the cherry is the same as the wild cherry that grows in the woods around here (I need someone to educate me on that point). I’ve always assumed that my cost for hardwood is higher because it’s not local.

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