Snake wood!

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Sweet! I can hear it starting to crack!
I've never actually done anything with it before but the pieces I bought are old stock from a couple different guys one log been there for 15 years so not sure if that helps or hurts haha
 

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Looks like a nice size log! Lots of naysaying on the honeymoon period with it till the big split. I just talk nice to it and have had kept the relationship civil. :pieface:
 

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Save some for me. as soon as this tp apocalypse is over, I may need to replentish my stash....
 

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Starting? It has already. As soon as it gets into a woodworkers house, the inevitable has started...
Maybe I'll be safe since I'm not a wood worker! Definitely not talented enough all I do is buy and cut wood. My finished products and masterpieces are well edged beautiful boards and blanks haha
 

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Nice ,,, when I dry that stuff I check it few time a day if possible and if I see any hair line cracks I fill them with ca seems help
 
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