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    Hardwood lumber at jonathans gathering

    i have gotten permission to bring along some wood to jonathans gathering LINK
    so if anyone coming that has a want for some hardwood, drop me a pm and we can work something out..
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    Bump, in case it got lost in the shuffle
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    This is the first time I have seen it Larry so it must have gotten lost. What kind of hardwoods are you planning on peddling down here? (for those who don't know the species in your stash!)

    I just made a deal today for some tulip poplar, 60 cents a boardfoot. Is that a reasonable price?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    I just made a deal today for some tulip poplar, 60 cents a boardfoot. Is that a reasonable price?
    Well YEAH!!!!!!!!!!! Best I can do here is $1.35 if Im lucky and that is wholesale
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    yeah if its dried it a good price for sure, around here its at 1.79bf for 9-10 ft select and better;;

    as for what i have here if there is an interest, walnut, butternut, w-oak gtr sawn and some flat, red oak,flat and some gtr, cherry,maple hard and soft for starters.. drop me a pm and we can look at what i have that will work for you..
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    Not dried Larry, straight off of the mill. Going to build some horse stalls out of it.
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    I'd be interested. We're still firming up plans and all.
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    I think that's a good deal. I sale it for .50 cents green.

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