I would imagine that Paul or Caleb can help with this hehe! We are in the Bitterroot and live on my mother's property, and there is a large Green Ash tree in our front yard that is, according to Northwest Energy's Arborist, a danger if it fell on the power lines. Indeed, it is old and I have been observing this tree over time and as much as I love it, I think it is about done.
While I know it would make super-awesome firewood, I was thinking that maybe others know what it could be used for. We are not woodworkers (with the exception of debarking and shaping super-small pieces) and wondered if anyone could (a) specify some alternative uses, or (b) let us know if you WANT it for something that you do. I am sure a trade could be worked out somehow, since my mom needs work on her properties.
Northwestern says they will be back this direction in a couple of weeks, and before I posted this on Craig's List, I wanted to see what the super-cool folks here would say first - thanks!
Lisa Allen MH
Location: San Diego, CA USA
posted 6 years ago
Well, it appears the use will be firewood then, unless someone speaks up in time. I know the cutting will be sometime in the next week or two, and while I will be periodically away from the computer (back and forth if you will), I will check and see if anyone is interested. Thanks!
Lisa Allen MH
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