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    Wood gloat

    I just picked up 60bdft of kiln dried walnut for $100. Seven of the board's average 11" wide. Most of them are 8' long and 5/4 thick. There are 11 boards total. Here are the pics.


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    Nice score, Al. Man, out here in my part of Southern California
    that would have probably been 6 or 7 times the price.
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    Here it sells for from $4.50 per bdft up depening on where you get it from. I am trying to get some money saved up for the cherry he has.

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    hey al i will help you out and take care of the cherry for you nice batch of oak wont take much to clean the of the darken top layer.
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    Nice Alan, you don't want to know what I pay for walnut here........ (we need a money flying away smilies!!)
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