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G13469

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    Brighton
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    BN1

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  1. Wow. Looks brilliant to me, that's looks like a long project. Congrats on finishing
  2. Before anyone comments. Yes the stump was high, also yes that is a powerline. Safety first (661, 36inch bar)
  3. Another crack making sawdust. I cut gate posts and sleepers from this ugly log. It would have made nice slabs but I needed the stem cut and gone and didn't have the logistics in place to deal with slabs.
  4. I collected this butt a couple of years ago. I didn't pay for it but cleared the site of timber for a tree surgeon. I've made loads of stuff with it and enjoy using the wood but I'm rubbish at selling so I still have quite a bit sitting around
  5. Great update, always nice to read how things are going on your patch. Thanks
  6. My mill has been in storage for over 18 months, so I couldn't miss a couple of free logs. I was very out of practice but an enjoyable day with a glamorous assistant. Ended up with 2m cube of mostly dimensional timber 2.8m long
  7. G13469

    Jokes???

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  8. Where are you? I probably should have added that. I'm in Brighton but travel around Sussex and Surrey constantly.
  9. They are small and the quality isn't great. Beer money was mentioned in my first post. It makes great handles and hopefully it might be of use to someone.
  10. I always save any box I can but have now collected far more than I need. I need to make some space but I'd like strong beer money for this lot. It's 2-4 inch, the short ones are around 2 ft long and the long 2 are over 4 ft. If anyone is interested let me know

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