Turning Archive 2004
>Seal the end grain, put them in a plastic bag, write the date on them, and open in 1, 3, or 5 years when your skills are up to the wood. Trash Compactor bags are good for this because they are thicker. The bag will prevent it from over-drying and possibly cracking, and there is a good chance that there may be some spalting if there is any moisture in the wood.
If you give the wood away today you will always regret having done that, guaranteed. If you give it away later, you will be doing it for better reasons than "don't know how".