Big Ash—got milled

Discussion in 'Processing' started by David Hill, Oct 12, 2019.

  1. David Hill

    David Hill I collect & use Texas woods---but prefer Mesquite. Full Member Thread Starter

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    Since it was nice this morning, and I had sharpened all of my chains— decided to process the remainder of the Ash I’d gotten not too long ago.
    Now I have 12 slabs— 3- 6 inches thick. Cut most of’em thick, can always cut them down later. (Easier to cut off than more on.—- couldn’t resist the pun) Biggest are about 30 in. across.
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  2. Nature Man

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    You can make some big Ash bowls from those slabs! Chuck
     
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