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    A little bit of box elder

    A kid I work with said he had some box elder stump to get rid of. I thought he was talking a few pieces. This is what I left work and found. Cut a few chunks up and found a lot of flame. Van stinks now though. The back seat was filled also.
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    Good for you Dale. I look forward to see what comes out of those,
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Nice haul, Dale!
    Enjoy!!!
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    become so uncommon?

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    Great haul Dale. Can't wait to see some turnings.
    Bernie W.

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    Me thinks you have earned a.......

    YOU SUCK !!

    .....for that nice haul of wonderful wood
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    William Arthur Ward

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    Stu, Do flat rate boxes work for international shipping? Too bad I didn't get this stuff earlier, I could have sent some to my son and had him drop it off when he was in Japan. He was there on the Nimitz. If the flat rate box works, I would be more than happy to pawn some off on you.

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    Dale, thanks so much for the offer, but a >> flat rate box << would be $37. I've yet to set foot in the Dungeon since April 11th, and I don't think I'll be down there until May sometime.

    But again, thanks so much for the offer!

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    I've yet to set foot in the Dungeon since April 11th, and I don't think I'll be down there until May sometime.
    Good Lord! Even my wife would be worried if it was that long since I stepped in the workshop (she's usually trying to drag me out!)

    Must be busy at your end!

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