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Daren Nelson

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#1 posted 1865 days ago

You don’t have to wait to put it in the kiln, it can be thrown in fresh sawn. It is easy to dry compared to many species. Good score, I am fond of mulberry lumber (I see you found my blog here about one I milled) it is a cousin to osage. Not as hard but just as rot resistant it can be used for fence posts…but is far too pretty for that. On a side note if you are a BBQ cooker, or know anyone who is, drag the scrap home from the mill too. It is one of my very favorite cooking woods, very sweet it smells like a cake baking when it is burning. “Cherry” is circled on this label because this picture was handy, but those are the only 4 woods I even mess with for BBQ, they are the best IMO. Apple, hickory, cherry and MULBERRY.

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