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Doug Fir trunk for milling / crafting

 
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Hi --

I've decided to bring a large doug fir down in my back yard.  I'm offering 8 foot segments of 3 1/2" diameter trunk (3 or so) to anyone who would like to mill or otherwise craft it and would be able to make a firm commitment to taking it in the next couple of weeks.  The tree is healthy and the trunk is straight with no branches along those segments. The tree will come down January 24.  So far, I have some of it going to a wood turner.  I am NOT offering free firewood!  I live in the Greenlake area (Seattle).  Post here if you are interested.
 
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