Milling on a second sawmill

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Man that crotch figure in that is amazing. Is that the locust?
 

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Looks like fun, looking at the pics, does Ohio have piney woods?
 

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Looks like you managed to keep a consistent board thickness using that new mill. Got any plans for making something out with all those boards?
 

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Oooooooohhhhhhhh ---- thump!!!!! --------- (rustling of clothes and a little grunting)-------Excuse me, I just fainted over that crotch. Oh man!!!!!
 

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Looks like you managed to keep a consistent board thickness using that new mill. Got any plans for making something out with all those boards?
Cut them into 1 x 6s for fencing and board and batton. The slabs were cut for fun as they wouldn't make good fence boards. I'm hoping to make some cool tables or a desk if allowed. Will be waiting a while for them to dry, so I will have plenty of time to figure it out. ;]
 
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