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Herb (dadio) has a new stash...

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About 15 years ago I saw this slab of Bubinga at our local lumber yard. It was priced at $3000 back then. I have also read that they are among the endangered species. It would take hundreds of years to grow one that big. This one became a conference table and a beauty 

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7 hours ago, Dadio said:

The rest of the tree made good fence posts on my ranch

Herb

 

don't be surprised if one fine morning your fence is missing...

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2 hours ago, Stick486 said:

 

don't be surprised if one fine morning your fence is missing...

Sshhh! Now he'll be on the look out.

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1 hour ago, Gene Howe said:

Sshhh! Now he'll be on the look out.

 

okay...

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Man, Herb. You didn't tell us they were set in concrete! I shoulda brought the chain saw.:lol:

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19 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

Man, Herb. You didn't tell us they were set in concrete! I shoulda brought the chain saw.:lol:

 

or they were 12' in the ground...

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1 hour ago, RustyFN said:

Nice bowl blank.

 

WTB there's turners here that would give a go...

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I think Lew has one like this that could handle that slab in his basement shop.:lol:

The swing over the bed is 16'. 

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