|Forum topic by DerekJ||posted 01-11-2017 07:22 PM||214 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-11-2017 07:22 PM
I haven’t been around for a while as I’ve been insanely busy with my day job and haven’t had any time for my shop time :(. I have a general question around finished project transportation and figured this community would have the best answers.
I recently completed an entryway table out of walnut with sycamore inlays for my dad’s new house located at 8400 feet in the Colorado Rockies. I live in Omaha, Nebraska and am planning a road trip out to see my dad. My question is whether or not it would be OK to transport the table (padded with blankets, covered with tarp in case of precipitation) in the back of the truck for the approximately 8 hour drive. The temperatures are anyone’s guess, but typically we’d be looking at mid 20s along the drive. The table is currently in my basement where it’s around 55 degrees and it’s fairly dry now that winter is here.
Thoughts on transporting in these conditions?
-- Derek ~ Omaha, NE