into opening a new category.
let me frist say that I live in the farest northwest cornor of
> This story starts back in April with a large quanitity of hard maple
> sawed turning blocks. The size ranged from 12 by 12 to 16 x16"and 32to
> I was fearful they would check if not put under cover.
> My storage solution was to place them in a palet box, now not any
> regular box but a grape harvesting bin. These bins are meant to hold a
> ton of machine harvested grapes, they are regular palet box size ,
> four feet deep with a heavey plastic liner.There is also a plastic lid
> that can cover the box.
> I first placed turning blocks in bin, no end sealer of stickering, and
> let them set in a shaded spot outside all summer. The box was not air
> tight but very little if any rain got in eitherwiht the plastic lid in
> I opened the box about two weeks ago and to my suprise there was a
> tremendoud amount of spaulting all the way through the turning blocks.
> These were unintended results, but what a plesant suprise , I now have
> a value added product.
Lord and the Lord only. You should read the book Leviticus in the Old
Testsment. Here our holy father gives us explicit instructions on our
relationship with wood. I suggest you pay special attention to the
prohibitions against your preverted practice. Stop now and change your
wicked ways before you are damned to eternal hellfire. What is next
stem cell research and tree cloning. This is certainly what the future
holds for you.
> done with a plastic garbage can or some other small container?
> Tom Obourn
> Obourn Wood N` Wine
Wood N' Wine. I should have known. Read the verses on drunkeness