|Forum topic by Jofa||posted 10-21-2013 11:34 PM||521 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
10-21-2013 11:34 PM
Occasionally I come across a customer who is cutting up some trees and they’re nice enough to bring me some pieces.
I recently got Sassafras but it was freshly cut so I’m not going to use it for a while. The other day I had someone come in with a really nice log of Red Oak. It’s about 20” tall and about 16” in diameter. I’m actually thinking of splitting it and making those two halves into legs for a coffee table. Got some smaller logs as well. He said the tree was down for over a year.
Typically how do you guys dry your cut logs? I would think keeping them in the shed is probably a good idea as opposed to outside but how long do you wait? Thanks.
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