|Forum topic by Dallas||posted 04-17-2014 10:42 PM||1568 views||0 times favorited||21 replies|
04-17-2014 10:42 PM
Today my boss in all his wisdom told me to clean out my small stash of logs that need to be slabbed.
One is a 18” cedar. Actually, it’s probably Mountain Juniper, which is what many here in Texas call “Texas Cedar.”
Next is an oak (probably pin or burr oak, I don’t remember). It came down on the property a few years ago and I have never had a chance to work with it.
The last one is a black walnut. About 5-6’ long. From the logs I processed awhile back, I know there is some amazing grain in this log.
There are also a few tools, (For instance), A Delta 22-580 planer, I just replaced the blades on it. It is broken and doesn’t work, but it shouldn’t be too hard to fix.
I’m tired anymore, I want to get this job finished to the boss’s satisfaction so he can sell the place.
I’m not selling any of the working tools so no, don’t ask.
If you ware interested,
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