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suburban "treecycled" slabs available

From: Matthew
Sent on: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 1:17 PM
thought i'd also share that i have some lumber here in baldwin (south nassau LI).

i chainsaw-mill trees that have fallen ins torms or those that have been removed by homeowners/tree-services ,keeping them out of the waste stream.  species vary but all are hardwoods (cherry,oak,tulip poplar,hickory,locust etc) up to 33" wide live-edge slabs and 1.25 - 2.5" thick.

i'm milling a large hickory right now that was dumped on my front lawn and if anyone would like to help out for the experience i'd make you a deal on some wood (either the hickory or another already dried slab)   this job has been a beast and needs to get finished !

here are pictures of some slabs i have, including the current tree under "hickory"
http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v74/tribalwind/Craftwork/Milling/



Matthew
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