Call the turning set over to help dismember. Lumber it won't be if it held
branches all the way down, but turnings and kindling you have in abundance.
Rent a shredder after limbing, and make sure you have long sleeves and
Shallow root systems do that a lot.
Any idea of what kind of pine? One of the white pines would be useful
for much if there is any length w/o large branches.
Don't say where you are, west of the MS pines are very commonly used as
firewood (quite successfully, btw) as there isn't much hardwood.
Not sure. The needles are in pairs, small cones in groups. I need to
do more research to ID this pine. Looking at various ways to cut some
slabs to make chair seats, there's more wood here than I need.
On Mon, 24 Mar 2008 14:19:16 GMT, Pat Barber
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