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Roy from Pa
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But my back hurts.. That stuff is heavy.

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Dan Landis
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Roy, Quite the haul, is this from your area of PA?
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Roy from Pa
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About 40 miles NW of my place.
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That should heat your workshop for most of the winter Roy.

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That'll make some nice risers for them glass bows you been buildin.

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Nice Roy

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Show us how you make your first cut's from log to lams?

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Roy from Pa
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I'll split them with wedges.
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I'd say it was worth the drive!!!
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quote:
Originally posted by Roy from Pa:
I'll split them with wedges.

and then?
keep it coming

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Hey, wait a minute. 40 miles northwest of YOUR place puts it closer to MY place.

Never wore a hardhat when cutting osage, but there were times I wished I woulda [knothead]

Congrats on the yellarwood, bud.

Hey, don't cut it all into lumber this time. At least make ONE selfbow for cryin' out loud. I see a couple of prime specimens. It would be a crime if you just sawed them up for BBO's.

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Roy from Pa
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BBO's rock.... [Smile]
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Looks like you got the good, bad and the ugly, I don't like to waste a piece if possible either.
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Roy from Pa
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Yupper Eric. Ya always need pieces for riser blocks is the way I look at it.
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Nice haul, Roy. Nothing like fresh cut osage, good, bad or ugly. [thumbsup]

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