Getting raw lumber
Ok this is a from tree to board discussion. Hopefully another way to reduce lumber waste. Lol what I mean by this is personally I dislike the thought of trees getting wood chipped after they are retired from service. Trees like this apricot that’s sitting dead and ready for the saw. Honestly I cry when my friends say they have cut down their walnut and had it chipped up. This is any hard wood from hickory to maybe cedar. (It smells good) so how many of you feel the same (or don’t) its hard work making lumber from a raw tree. It’s some times unsafe to even take that nearly branch and turn a candle stick from it. If I can’t truly think of a use then I smoke meat with it. Any way what do you all think?
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