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I've just been going through some old photos and found these 2 from a few years ago

in the days when I was still chainsaw milling and could stack the boards in the order they came off.

First one is of a tree I did for a customer second is of Oak stacked at my place 5yrs ago,

I unstacked them a couple of months ago, the wide 1" boards at the bottom are lovely and flat. 

 

anal stacking.jpg

anal stacking 2.jpg

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4 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

This might be exactly the picture I was hoping to find for the sawmill directory. May I use it please?

Yeah, no problem.

Would you prefer it without the watermark.

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27 minutes ago, Forest2Furniture said:

Yeah, no problem.

Would you prefer it without the watermark.

awesome thanks. Watermarks not a problem as im hoping to just cut the timber out of the image. Don't suppose you have a larger quality version of it though? If you could email it to me that might keep the integrity of the file a bit better

 

stevebullman@btinternet.com

 

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