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|05-25-2015 11:29 AM||
Cherry Peppermill blanks $7.50 each - 0 replies
I have a good selection of cherry peppermill blanks many with nice contrast of white sap and red heart wood. I cut them to 2 15/16 square and 11 3/4 long so that I can get 8 of them into a Large flat rate box to keep shipping costs low. If you take a box of 8 I will do them for $70.00 including shipping to all 50 states. Thes...
|07-29-2013 09:42 AM||
Spalted Maple Book Match planks - 4 replies
These are available for sale. They are green KD is available but it will take at least 8 weeks. sawed 10/4 about 5’ of usable length.
|07-14-2013 07:20 PM||
Hard Maple with tap holes for sale - 1 reply
I have a few boards similar to this one they have been KD $10.00/ bd ft I will ship 3 pcs 23 3/4” long planed to just under 1” thick and as wide as the board (10-12”) in a large Flat Rate Game Board box for price of wood + $15.30 to U.S. Addresses. I can get 4-6 bd ft in a box. The last picture is very true to the color of the ...
|07-06-2013 06:47 PM||
Four sets of cherry burl book match scales these are green and sealed with anchorseal all are 1/2” thick $15.00 + shipping
|07-02-2013 02:05 PM||
Block-O-Cherry Burl for sale - 2 replies
This burl block was processed green and completely sealed with anchor seal 6/30/13. It 1/2 fills a large flat rate mailing box. I will sell the burl plus a mystery assortment of wood to finish filling the box $35.00 including shipping. If you let me know what kind of work you do I will try to make up a mystery assortment that will be usfull to ...
|06-06-2013 10:50 PM||
Cool spalted maple for sale - 6 replies
Wild colors bug holes tap holes some hard spalt some soft all of it is wringing wet. I can make blanks any size you want them from the biggest bowl to the smallest pen. Call blanks for 20 or more $1.00 each, pepper mill 3×3 x 12 six or more $4.00 each. Honey golden brown tap hole 4/4 $6.00/ bd ft can get 3 boards 4/4 X 12×24 in a large...
|05-25-2013 12:44 AM||
Distressed lumber for sale - 0 replies
I saw quite few less than quality HW mostly maple logs in an effort to get some really special wood with pretty spalt, maple tap holes, sap scar, burl, and birds eye. Inevitably I end up with some pretty odd stuff thick, thin, short , cracked and broken but still usable. I read a good many posts about using pallet wood and dumpster diving for lu...
|05-04-2013 12:01 AM||
Small Cherry Burl - 20 replies
I am not too much into wood turning but I tend to save burls when I run across them. Found this cherry burl today and I have no use for it. The tree was dead standing so it has dried some. $15.00 + shipping I think I can get it into a large flat rate but I may have to shorten the stem a little.
|04-29-2013 10:47 AM||
I have never sold at craft fairs and shows but I have an idea that I think could work. I have a abundant source of various wood salvaged from my own wood lot and sometimes from my son’s timber harvest operation. I can easily build a good inventory of burls, spalted maple, birds eye maple,tap hole and probably a lot of other things I have n...
|04-27-2013 10:29 AM||
Floor finish for 3 season room ? - 0 replies
I posted this question over on the home referbers site but that place is dead so I will give it a try here. I will be remodeling our porch into a 3 season room. I had planned to use tile on the floor but I am now thinking about using some elm lumber that I salvaged from a beautiful tree that once grew in our yard. I will still use tile in the h...
|04-17-2013 10:40 PM||
How do I dry a bowl blank - 2 replies
I have never been really interested in wood turning. I use my lathe mostly for utilitarian projects like handles for tools and the like. That may change, today while working in the wood lot I came across what I think is a really cool cherry burl it is about a foot in diameter and was on a 3” diameter limb. I know some turners rough turn th...
|04-14-2013 08:10 PM||
Awesome tap hole curly Rock Maple - 9 replies
I finally bit the bullet and purchased a sawmill about a month ago. My biggest reason for doing so was to be able to salvage the 200 year old maples that are slowly dying off in our maple orchard. It is sad to see them go and it seemed there must be a higher use than firewood. Here is a picture of a small slab that I brought into the shop this m...
|04-01-2013 03:36 PM||
Book match elm planks & lumber for sale - 0 replies
Just sawed and as green as it can be. I have 2 elm perfect book match planks 14” X 2.5” x 12.5’ as you can see by the photo they have plenty of character I would like $300 for them. I have 4 book match planks 11” X 2” X 8’plus a bonus plank from the same log I would like $100 for the lot. Also have quite a bit...
|03-26-2013 12:07 PM||
Anybody need elm - 8 replies
Will be sawing American Elm this week I will post pictures soon. I am hoping to get at least one pair of book match table top planks with crotch grain on one end. Of course we all know what happens to the best laid plans of mice and men.Here are the photos it is all for sale
|03-23-2013 03:24 PM||
Off-topic click to see post - 4 replies
This forum may cause me to freeze to death. For about 45 of my 61 years I have made at least a portion of my income from the harvest of trees. My dad and grand dad taught me well how to do this work and they also taught me what a valuable log was and what went in the firewood pile. If a log had laid around a bit and had spalted it was ruined, a ...
|03-19-2013 12:57 PM||
Low cost bandsaw mills opinions please - 1 reply
I know this is not a forestry forum but I am sure some of you own personal size bandsaw mills so if you have one or have used one please give me your opinion. I own a small wood lot and will over the next few years will be harvesting some large Maple some of them close to 3’ on the stump. I have hired bandmill operators in the past but it ...
|03-08-2013 02:40 PM||
New handle for my shingle hatchet - 1 reply
I have had this old hatchet with no handle kicking around for quite a while. I liked it because it is smaller than most of the ones I have seen it has the feel of a 20 oz. hammer.We just got done stringing some new maple sap pipeline the work requires you to carry plastic pipe, various fittings, cordless drill, extra battery, wire, screw driver,...
|03-01-2013 09:21 PM||
Big Arse Grinding Wheel (sandstone) - 5 replies
Make me an offer trade me something that takes up less room. It would make a nice grinder or maybe a coffee table to.
|02-28-2013 12:06 AM||
Using lumber jocks to sell - 1 reply
First off let me say I have no feeling one way or the other about using LJ forums to sell things, I am wondering what the policy is and how other members feel about the practice.I posted one Item for sale that was just taking up space in my shop just hoping someone could use it and I could get a few $ for my trouble. It seems to me that a classi...
|02-14-2013 09:13 PM||
Tree Pot top hat Cyclone - 0 replies
I have been looking at some of the top hat chip collectors you guys have been building so I had to try one of my own, having had one failure a couple of years ago I was not inclined to spend much money or time on it . I used a plastic tree pot I had kicking around, some recycled plywood, some odes and ends of 4” pipe (also ...