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Posted on How many on lumberjocks from Utah?

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#1 posted 01-20-2008 06:14 AM

Piskin, the juniper/cedar dries fast. Especially when the logs are salvaged from a fire. The green juniper only takes a few days to dry in hot weather. As for planeing it is great! Holds nails and screws well too. Where are you from orginally? What type of wood do you prefer to work with? I cut most any type of wood native to the U.S. Also custom cut a clients logs into their dimensions, for their projects.
Roundabout22, I have been told that there is a Norwood sawmill owner in Moab. What type of wood do you work with?

Kevin Davis
Ruff Cutts
Salem, UT

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