As usual they had a whole load of Pine, Iroko, Idigbo, Utile etc plus a few bits of Oak, Ash, Beech, Tulip etc.
I was tempted by this big lump of Lime with the bark on for £30:
There were also some similar sized lumps of Scots pine for similar prices, but I was strong and left it all alone 🙂
In the end I picked up two lumps of Oak, a whole load of Ash, small slabs of Beech & Cherry, 4 lengths of Tulip and a bit of Pine with nice straight close grain.
My total spend was £103.20, the most I’ve ever spent on offcuts.
I’ve had to reshuffle my entire timber storage rack again to fit it all in:
The aluminium sash clamps are now condensed onto a single shelf on the right, which made a bit more space on the left.
While I was doing this I took stock of all my timber, including the dimensions, price (where marked) and roughly where I put it.
I’ve got some ideas about how to use some of the offcuts and will hopefully post about them soon.
If the good weather holds I’ll hopefully go to a car boot sale tomorrow, to continue my hunt for rusty gold 🙂