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Offline kenfrommaine

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Flag pole
« on: August 25, 2019, 10:41:50 AM »
Slightly off topic but, I am thinking of using a nice straight fir tree for a flag pole in the front yard. Question is if I cut it and peel it what would be the best chance to keep it straight? Could I put it up and let it dry in use or should it be stored laying on skids, ? looking for opinions and thoughts.Thanks everyone. Also I guess I could use pine if you guys think it would be a better choice? 

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Re: Flag pole
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2019, 08:58:47 PM »
Kenfrommaine 
We have a tree that was cut in the Catskills over a 100 years ago and it is still flying old glory.
It is 35 feet tall 8 inches at the base and two inches at the top .we have only tipped it down to repaint every ten years and to replace rope.
Zeke 


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