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Logging Season in Indiana

Discussion in 'Logging' started by gvwp, Sep 15, 2018.

  1. gvwp

    gvwp Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Well its that time of year. Logging season in Indiana. With this said its been slow going with all the rain this year. Non the less its been busy. Lots of logs have came in this week. Mainly from our own jobs. Here are a few pictures of some of the highlights. All logs in these pics are destined for hobby use. Bowl, turning, regular or thin lumber production. I always love this time of year when all the goods really hit the yard. Can't wait to open them up to see what is inside.

    Super curly Maple
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    Ambrosia Maple
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    Walnut
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    Super large Walnut
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    Boxelder
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    Eastern Red Cedar
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    Large Beech
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  2. Mike1950

    Mike1950 Founding Member Founding Member Full Member

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    Very nice.
     
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    Log piles are awesome! I really like it when the unusual ones or the really big ones come through. Those curly maples will be super nice!
     
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  5. woodtickgreg

    woodtickgreg scroll, flat, spin Staff Member Global Moderator Forum Moderator Founding Member Full Member

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    Wow, great log stash. Lots of work ahead and some fun surprises too!:cool:
     
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    What a treasure trove! Such a beautiful sight! Be sure to offer up some to the WB family! Chuck
     
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  7. gvwp

    gvwp Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Sometimes they come through too big but that is where the prettiest lumber resides for sure. Had to cut an Osage Orange and a Cherry in half the other day to get them through but they were both worth the effort.
     
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  8. David Van Asperen

    David Van Asperen Member Full Member

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    Always a fun photo spread to look through I too love that curly maple
     
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    Mlyle Amateur Woodturner Full Member

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    I will take some leftover Walnut. Pls
     
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    Are we just looking at piles of firewood? I’ll give ya $20 for the lot :cowboy:
     
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  11. gvwp

    gvwp Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Everything is cut down to pen blank size but I have about all sizes of lumber, thin, turning and bowl currently in Walnut.
     
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