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#1 posted 02-24-2008 02:31 AM

I see that you live in MA. If your wood was stored basically in outside air conditions, it may have picked up moisture when brought inside your basement. In the Winter, the outside air, especially in below freezing temperatures, is extremely dry. You probably need considerably more than a week or two for your wood to become climatized when you bring it inside.

Let it sit for a few weeks longer, as it may still be soaking up moisture, and may yet move some more.

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