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Hi all,

I'm not sure if this is allowed but I have sawed a large number of trees over the past 3-4 years and have much more wood than I could ever use in my lifetime ( I am 69 this year). I would be willing to sell the rough cut lumber for a low but fair price if anyone wants to travel to Cleveland, TN.I have mostly Maple, Ambrosia Maple, White Oak, some Iron Wood and Bradford Pear. Not sure of what I have really other than that and we would probably have to cull through it to find what you want. I cut most of it 1" up to 3" thick.

Joe (bravesoul1950@gmail.com)

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Oh, man that would be so good. Unfortunately I'm 2300 miles away in Alberta, Canada.

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gordread wrote:Oh, man that would be so good. Unfortunately I'm 2300 miles away in Alberta, Canada.
Well it's 3500 miles for me so you have more chance than I have :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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lol

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bravesoul wrote:Hi all,

I'm not sure if this is allowed but I have sawed a large number of trees over the past 3-4 years and have much more wood than I could ever use in my lifetime ( I am 69 this year). I would be willing to sell the rough cut lumber for a low but fair price if anyone wants to travel to Cleveland, TN.I have mostly Maple, Ambrosia Maple, White Oak, some Iron Wood and Bradford Pear. Not sure of what I have really other than that and we would probably have to cull through it to find what you want. I cut most of it 1" up to 3" thick.

Joe (bravesoul1950@gmail.com)
Hmm I live in Louisville about 330 miles away and I sure could use some wood, I am just starting out.

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It would be a nice trip as long as you don't have to deal with ice and snow. Be sure to visit the aquarium in Chattanooga. I'd be interested but my carport and backyard are already covered with stacks of lumber that I've been working with. Martin, you could just take a quick trip across the pond in a rubber raft and then hitchhike from the east coast to Tennessee. The drive from Alberta may be an issue with bad weather.

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Lesa,

All the wood I have is rough cut but I have plenty, you are welcome to message me for directions, etc.

Joe

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I wish I could driver over and have a look... I am in Houston Texas, so it would be a little drive for me and the wife has veto the trip :(
Thanks,
Jim

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I also don't think I mentioned that I also have a qty of cypress in 1.5" and 2.5 inch in case anyone is interested. I didn't think about shipping, I wouldn't have a problem cutting to length and shipping the wood. Depending on the species/thickness the cost of the wood would be more than fair and I would do all I can to keep shipping low too.

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