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Old 10-20-2010, 03:37 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Calmwaters View Post
Redknee-Yes I know that but I have been to the 4 shops here and they do not have what I am looking for. I have also looked on aguabid and ebay and still not found what I want.
Byron how do I know the wood is dry? I guess I could look in my dads wood pile that has been cut a year or more that should be dry enough right?
If you want branches, they will fall off a tree and dry as they lie on the ground. I don't know how long this takes; it may also vary from wood to wood. Don't cut off a branch, that obviously is not "dry," unless of course you then let it dry. I mentioned previously about the oven drying, I do not know for how long this is needed. If you were to cut through it, you would see whether or not it is dry; a second similar sized piece for this test would work.
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Old 10-20-2010, 03:42 PM   #12
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Got it thats what I am looking for is a small branch like piece.
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