Below is a stack of mostly quarter sawn red oak Quercus rubra for air drying. There is some green ash under that pile too.
a detail of some of the “ray flecking” on one of the boards.
The stack under cover.
Category: logging and milling, traditional woodcraft, transfer of energy, woodwork Tagged: drying lumber, milling lumber, quarter sawn red oak
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