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Yes, I don't know for how long. A friend of mine got the job to cut down that were dead close to a house. The owner's wanted the trees cut down before they fell down and possibly hit the house. My friend told me about it and he asked if I wanted the wood. Of course I said yes. Since then I've been trying to do research on the trees, how to mill it, make slabs, make lumber. I leveled the slab with a router and leveling bit on both sides and then several hours of sanding on both sides.

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10 hours ago, RichardA said:

And it looks like keeping a coffee cup on the table might be a challenge as well.

I bet it’s really level. I think the camera angle in the first pic makes the top took a bit tilted. 

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Yes, I took the picture that way to show the top and the base. If I took a level shot you wouldn't see the top and someone would say,"Where's the top". You can't win. The base along weighs 28 lbs.

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