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    May have to take a ride

    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    purty stuff
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    30 - 50 bucks? Heck, I need to take a ride...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    30 - 50 bucks? Heck, I need to take a ride...
    If ya do I know of a place in NH to stay
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    That box elder needs to find a ride to Indy.
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    Time for bed. I saw the picture and thought bacon.

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    I've been looking at all his posts for the past few weeks. I've been thinking about picking up a few of his maple and cherry slabs.

    They are recently cut though. I would have to store them for a couple of years before I could build furniture with them though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    I've been looking at all his posts for the past few weeks. I've been thinking about picking up a few of his maple and cherry slabs.

    They are recently cut though. I would have to store them for a couple of years before I could build furniture with them though.
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    Chuck, that is some nice looking wood. It seems he has the eye for the good looking stuff. Even if you don't buy this time, getting to know him might be beneficial in the long run.
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    bob and chuck you both need to go visit that guy,, and then have chuck make a solar kiln.. the box elder is purty now but i havnt been able to keep the red -red it turns brown on me later on ,, maybe mike marvel or someone can give us a red saving finish suggestion.. great prices!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randal Stevenson View Post
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