|Forum topic by TexPanda||posted 07-16-2014 01:39 PM||1114 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
07-16-2014 01:39 PM
Newbie here so this may be obvious to some, but recently after a moderate demo to moms porch, the gentleman leading the show insisted all the scrap be thrown away in small portions using the city curbside can, which is once a week pick up. My thrifty (aka cheap) nature had me wondering if saving the portions that were not rotten or broken, other than removing some hardware, it would have been a nice booty of wood.
Since I have no workshop or project in mind, mom decided I would not be stocking any of the material and it was hauled off, and a magnet roller used to collect nails etc.
Question-Is all good wood worth saving?
Instinct says yes, at least for tinder, but being called a hoarder or junk collector in training is not helping my motivation. If I were to save wood, is there a place on here or another web site where I might be able to list it for someone who needs it? and not Craigslist please.
and BTW, does anyone on here know Philip Taylor in San Antonio, Texas?
-- aka Big Rich