Calor SoluZIHonado

by Padrino ⌂ @, San Diego/Rosarito, Friday, July 15, 2022, 13:31 (32 days ago) @ mindpilot

When I was going through the woodworking program at Palomar, the school was very active in urban forestry. One of the first-year requirements is to work for a couple days in the mill. The school has its own sawmill and drying kilns. They receive lumber from all around the region usually the form of trees downed after storms or during construction projects.

I'm gonna guess, if that tree was chipped, it may have been diseased, or have too much internal stress to make it viable for making stuff.

I must bow to your expert opinion. After the workers left, there two round pieces that looked pretty darned good to this layman. They must have been about 7 feet in diameter. They are now gone so maybe they were the only parts that were salvageable. Hopefully, they will become two beautiful tables!

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