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Finally picked up some apple.

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Thread Starter 
Wenr to the shooting range today to make dinner fir the class, and to my surprise thr owner had trimmed some apple trees for me. This is good , I have no apple . I also hit is qood pile Sunday and picked up some seasoned cherry. Life ia good.
post #2 of 6

Yea, free wood.

post #3 of 6

I have what looks like cherry on pallets?  confused.gif

 

Could it be?

post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 
A friend of mine works with Corion counter tops. The pallets are all hardwoods. Even on one pallet we might find , oak , cherry, hickory and maple. So check some of the shops in your area.
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I have the pallets.  Looks like cherry.

 

Why would they use good wood for pallets?

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From what my buddy said, they don't use thec sap woods because the wood is heat treated for bugs. This is for export and import reasons. This may be correct or not, I trust his words he's been in the business since 1982. Please correct me if this is wrong.
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