I'm not seeing anything either and I'd really like to see what you're working with. One of these days I need to stop by and see where you're getting long enough wood from a hedge apple to make bows from-especially from diameters large enough to split.
It's certainly a hard wood and nothing will be easy on it to work with.
Post by scrub-buster on Mar 31, 2013 9:19:51 GMT -5
Now it won't let me attach any more pics. I'll try later.
Dadfsr: Our property is full of large diameter osage trees. They get so heavy they just fall over. The ground is soft and the roots can't support the weight. I only cut the ones that have fallen. This tree was about 16". I couldn't get through it with my little 14" homelite. I cut a big one in 2011 that was 24".