skyhightree1":3i8xmkuw said:what are you doing with the debarked pine tree? I ask cause if I had to do any sizable tree id probably use an Alaskan sawmill and square it off.
Nesikep":3ralnq9b said:How big are the logs? You can get fence post peelers that handle up to 10" logs or so and will sharpen a point on them as well...
Pine isn't known for resistance to rot, so I'd be cautious about using it on a building, especially if it can get wet.. Cedar and fir would be my choices around here, though I don't know if that's in the cards for you
Nesikep":1izukjap said:maybe your pine is different than what we have here, but if it gets wet it rots in a few years.. seasoned fir here is so hard you have to predrill if you want to put a nail in it, it's hard like rock