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    wood storage

    Ok so I had to make some room in the shop for this pile of wood I had sitting around.
    The first 2 are the pile. See Vaughn a real truck doesn't drag the bumper on the ground when you load it up.
    The third one is where a furnace used to be.
    The fourth the furnace is now a fan.
    The last one is the pile of wood. It used to take up 32 square feet of floor space. After the other storage thread I decided to give this a try. It now takes up 6 square feet of floor space.
    The down side it that floor space it's using is where the planer, shaper, chop saw and the delta lathe went.
    The planer got relocated to the other room The tool box and the shaper made it back just in different places. The chop delta lathe is still homeless. The chop saw is going to be relocated to behind the PM lathe. Which means the table saw needs a new home so it will go in front of the lumber rack.
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    You blew it in through the fan??

    And you stacked it just like I mentioned last week!

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    so you covered up a perfectly good exhaust fan,, with some crooked lumber that you leaned up against the wall to get more crooked
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    so you covered up a perfectly good exhaust fan,, with some crooked lumber that you leaned up against the wall to get more crooked
    Carol said it will be ok
    So I am are testing her design
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol Reed View Post
    You blew it in through the fan??

    And you stacked it just like I mentioned last week!
    Yup you and Don Bear said it works so we will see.
    I know it takes up way less room
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
    Stupid hurts.

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    Great haul the chuck. As I recall Rell lumber in Califonia puts theres up that way too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    Great haul the chuck. As I recall Rell lumber in Califonia puts theres up that way too.
    The only haul was across the drive way Don. I've had this pile going on 15 years now, I bet I've moved it 20 time over the years now it's time to use it.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    The only haul was across the drive way Don. I've had this pile going on 15 years now, I bet I've moved it 20 time over the years now it's time to use it.
    Time to use it SOOOOoooo........whatca building

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    Time to use it SOOOOoooo........whatca building
    Don't know Tom All the stuff leaning left is oak and a little better than half the stuff leaning right is ash, and the balance is maple.
    I'm thinking another hall tree out of oak and maybe some cradles out of the maple. And maybe a trestle table. Then maybe
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Don't know Tom All the stuff leaning left is oak and a little better than half the stuff leaning right is ash, and the balance is maple.
    I'm thinking another hall tree out of oak and maybe some cradles out of the maple. And maybe a trestle table. Then maybe
    Well it sounds like we will have some more good projects for follow then

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