Pretty good price! Would anyone be interested in turning this into some sort of lumber run and splitting the cost?
I have no where to store this much wood but would be interested in maybe 1/6th of it.
I'll take whatever is left from a lumber run. I could even go get it and store it for up to a couple of weeks. I live in Goldsboro (50 miles SE of Raleigh).
That would be great. I would be up for 100 bf. Would you be able to incur the cost all at once until people pick it up? I think you should think about asking for a small fee for the gas it cost you to pick it up.
If not, maybe we could use paypal? If you are sending money to friends it is free.
Looks like everyone else interested so far is in the triangle area. Maybe one of us could go to Goldsboro and pick up what is coming this way.
Hopefully they still have it available. I will contact them to see.
I had posted an hour ago about getting around 100bd/ft but it didn't go through. If theres any left I would like some. Thanks
I had no idea poplar was so popular...
If you miss out on this purchase, I know a guy who has approximately 783bf (more or less) of kiln dried poplar, some of it in 8/4, that he just has to get off his butt and pick up at some guy named Scott's place. He's planning on making a desk out of it. I'm thinking he may have just a smidge left over (like, oh +/- 500bf), and once he picks through it for the best grain patterns for that desk, he would be willing to part with much of it, as he has no place to store it. So just let me know, and I can guarantee that I can put you in touch with him almost immediately; we're really, really close...
Oh, and his shop is in northern Durham. In fact, he may even be willing to part with ~100bf or so for anyone who is willing to help him pick it up. I should confirm that first before I offer...
Yep, [STRIKE]I'm,[/STRIKE] err, I mean he's good with that.