I didn't get any pics of the process, but here's a few pics of the results. I've had a small walnut, and several short cedar logs for about 1.5 years now. I threw them on the mill to practice and here was the results. I still have a lot to learn about milling.
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I cut a maple log this past weekend that a storm knocked down in a neighbor's yard. He gave it to me to get rid of it. It was that great white color that you would expect from maple.
I have a question about the maple for all you wood gurus. I cut the wood last weekend and finished up right at dark, so I didn't get it on stickers. I flat stacked it into the truck bed and parked it in the shade. The next day it rained and I couldn't get it stacked that day. Yesterday I didn't get home until after dark so I couldn't get it stacked. Today when I finally got the chance to get it on stickers it had turned a red color. What the heck's up with that?
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