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#1 posted 05-21-2018 07:42 PM

If possible, build a roof or shed to store it in. You don’t want it to get rained on. At the very least, a tarp over the top of it.

You will want to sticker and stack it like any other lumber. Even if it’s fully dry you want to keep air circulation around it, especially if your area has wide temperature and humidity swings.

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