I just connected with a guy in southern CT who sold me his enormous 60”+DBH Oak Tree with massive burls on it. The tree sits on the edge of a driveway with a large field behind it where I can drop the whole thing…ALL the wood is mine but there’s no possible way I could cut/haul/store/use all of it. He said I can drop it and take whatever I want, whenever I want, even if it takes several years and that is my first option…but I wanted to throw it out to ya’ll if there are any other good ideas, options or interest in acquiring or helping me figure out the best way to make use of this beautiful Oak tree. Pictures are forthcoming, forgot to take some when I was looking at it yesterday. I’m a 20-year ex-tree climbing/foreman and have dropped thousands of trees from the ground and besides the gigantic conifers, one being a 325’ tall 13’DBH Sitka Spruce in Olympic National Park, this would easily be one the biggest deciduous trees I’ve ever cut down…anyways…any suggestions for local mills, live edge slab/table makers, woodturning clubs or the like in the New England/Connecticut area would be appreciated. Oh, I also need somebody to let me borrow/rent their Stihl 660 ! cheers WB!