Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Anyone want to swap Wood?

Barry Irby
>I have cut a number of walnut and cherry trees for lumber. (Good Grief, flat work!) I have numerous pieces left that would make great turning blocks. Probably some as big as 11 or 12 inches.

Anyone want to swap? The post office has those Priority Mail cartons you can mail for $7.70. You could pack one with some type of wood you have access to that I don't have here in eastern Virginia and I could send you something you might not have. I have not check on other mailing or shipping methods, but whatever. Just don't want to ship them by slow boat and have them spalt along the way. My wood is green and would be Anchor Sealed. I don't know a thing about international shipping, but am willing to learn.

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