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Black walnut free

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Perry Hilbert, May 10, 2019.

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  1. Perry Hilbert

    Perry Hilbert

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    I have a black walnut tree, about 18 inches in diameter chest high, that died two years ago. It needs to come down. I will cut it down before Memorial Day. . It is located about 45 miles North of Baltimore MD and east of York, PA. You can have as much of it as you want. If you want the whole log, I can load it onto a trailer or truck for you.
     
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  2. Mike Johnson

    Mike Johnson

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    Someone with a portable sawmill will sometimes process the log and split the wood with you.
     
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  3. Mark Hepburn

    Mark Hepburn Artist & Chef

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    Good suggestion Mike. We have a couple of people here that operate on that same 50/50 arrangement . I'll bet there is someone who can do that in the York area.
     
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