Is this great or what?

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by buggyspapa, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. buggyspapa

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    Two white oak saw logs, appx. 10' long each. Cut down around 2005-6 have been sitting since. Would make good logs for chainsaw sculpting, the larger one is nearly 2' in diameter, and the other one has a fork near the top. Cut from the same tree. $150, you will need equipment to move them, I don't want them cut up in my yard. Easy access.

    What the heck is going to pick up a 24" x 10' oak log without destroying the yard?
     
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    It doesn't say they don't want the yard tore up. Just don't want it cut up in the yard. But who knows what they are thinking. This stuff has been laying for 7 or eight years and they think they have a gold mine. By now about all it is good for is firewood.
     
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    $150 will take care of 1 & you 'll get rid of both for $250 ;)
    If you can cut them up where they are!

    Tell him you only take cash ;)
     
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    The questions is, who is going to pay $150.00 for that amount of wood? Not I
     
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    You mean he is only paying $150 for somebody with heavy moving equipment to remove the logs? I know he says it is oak but sitting on the ground for 8 years probably means a lot of punk wood...

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    White Oak, heartwood probably still rock-solid. As mentioned, may only be good for firewood...
    I've got one waiting that's at least ten years down, maybe closer to fifteen, but it's suspended off the ground. When I finally get around to it I'll pinpoint the age closer and report on the wood. With pics. ==c
     
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    I think that was a misprint. It was supposed to read $1.50 for both.
     
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    That sounds more like it.
     
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