I believe God's store carries them. Just ask for Mother Nature, she's the
head sales clerk there.
Go to diynet.com and check out the woodworking section. Bruce Johnson did a
segment on the very item you are talking about.
Sorry for the opening, but I couldn't resist.
I saw some nice outdoor furniture made from landscape timbers sold at any
building supply store for 3-4 dollars.
Then theres a log home company or supplier (saw mill)
Last but not least a trip to the woods.
Mailorder rates would prob be real high to something online.
Live chat on efnet #woodworking
depends on where your located
howevery I would start with the local street dept or parks deparment
and see what they cutting down
then local tree sevices
then abaondoned houses that are over grown etc etc
check with a near by national forrest they allow fire woodcutting in
certain area most of what you need for rustic woodwork is
considered "trash" to the firewood guys or the loggers
rustic woodworking comes out of nessatity like not haveing enough to
buy lumber so you cut your own wood and make lumber out what yoyu can
check out books by Danial mack on makeing rustic furnature
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