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Herb (dadio) has a new stash...

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Herb.. you gonna offer discounts???

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kinda hard to hide a secret that big...

now what have you done w/ the rest of the tree...

Edited by Stick486

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That's the biggest bubinga tree I've ever seen. Then again, I ain't never seen a bubinga tree.  Need to get out more, I guess.

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8 hours ago, HandyDan said:

Center slab would make a nice live edge table.

Good luck getting it out of the basement...(head slap)!

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13 minutes ago, schnewj said:

Good luck getting it out of the basement...(head slap)!

 

but how did you get it down there to start w/????

we need to conference w/ Gibbs...

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and where is Herb keeping the saw that did the rip???

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3 hours ago, Stick486 said:

and where is Herb keeping the saw that did the rip???

By the look of the cut,I think they used a handsaw to make it, or maybe they had to change the BS blade part way through.

Herb

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Every time we go west I make it a point to drive through the red woods. Those trees are unbelievable.  

  

I have read when the trees needs moisture they can make it rain...

 

We had been roaming around seeing the sights one time and the last stop before heading home was  Mount Rushmore.  Since that didn't take as long as we had planed I told the wife and kids we gonna head back to 

the redwoods one more time then go home...Kids was not too happy but wife said good for I can take more pictures.

 

Funny for lots of folks living in California and are wood workers have never been through the redwoods. I wonder if John Morris, no , never mind...

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51 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

He cuts a little from each side until through.

That'll work....maybe.B)

24 minutes ago, Smallpatch said:

Every time we go west I make it a point to drive through the red woods. Those trees are unbelievable.  

  

I have read when the trees needs moisture they can make it rain...

 

We had been roaming around seeing the sights one time and the last stop before heading home was  Mount Rushmore.  Since that didn't take as long as we had planed I told the wife and kids we gonna head back to 

the redwoods one more time then go home...Kids was not too happy but wife said good for I can take more pictures.

 

Funny for lots of folks living in California and are wood workers have never been through the redwoods. I wonder if John Morris, no , never mind...

The Redwood forest is awesome. Bigger trees I've never seen. We saw a logging truck hauling just one log. It was so big that there were wide load escorts.

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2 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Ain't near long enough.

 

those are 72'' squares on the floor...

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1 hour ago, Dadio said:

That is why we have so much rain here too many trees.

Herb

 

build more stuff..

use the trees...

you are doing what you like and you'll be getting less rain in the bargin...

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