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CLEAN-PEELED, SKIP-PEELED, TURNED and RAW
LODGEPOLE PINE LOG PRODUCTS

LODGEPOLE PINE LOG SAMPLES
This is a sampling of four peeling configurations on 4" diameter Lodgepole Pine logs:


1. Clean-Peeled
2. Heavy Skip-Peeled
3. Light Skip-Peeled
4. Scrape-Peeled (discontinued)

LODGEPOLE PINE CLEAN-PEEL SAMPLE
This is a sample of clean-peeled with all cambrian layer removed showing the nice white color of Lodgepole Pine. The only dark will be character spots, such as from limbs and catfaces. All styles have the multi-faceted surface created by the drawknife in the hand-peeling process.
CLEAN-PEELED LODGEPOLE PINE LOG
This is a custom hand peeled log which has been clean-peeled. You can see all bark is removed in this style. We carefully maintain razor sharp edges on peeling knives to give aesthetically pleasing clean crisp lines with each cut. Note the uniformity of depth of each cut resulting in nice evenness of width in each cut. Skilled peel-cuts provide the aesthetics of a beautiful hand peeled log while maintaining the desirable rustic roundness of the log.
SKIP-PEELED LODGEPOLE PINE REGULAR & CHARACTER LOG
This is a custom hand peeled log which has been skip-peeled. The appealing characteristic of this style is an alternative rustic look of retaining some of the inner bark along with the clean-peeled portions of the log to yield a light and dark finished look. Note one is a normal log and one is a character log.
LODGEPOLE PINE HEAVY SKIP-PEELED
This is a sample of heavy skip-peeled with about 75% of cambrian layer of dark wood removed showing about twice to three times the white, as of the dark of the Lodgepole Pine. The dark wood will be about 25% of the surface color, while showing the multi-faceted surface created by the drawknife in the hand-peeling process.
LODGEPOLE PINE LIGHT SKIP-PEELED
This is a sample of light skip-peeled with about 25% of cambrian layer of dark wood removed showing about equal to twice the white, as of the dark of the Lodgepole Pine. The dark wood will be about 50-75% of the surface color, while showing the multi-faceted surface created by the drawknife in the hand-peeling process.
TURNED LODGEPOLE PINE LOG
This is a turned log. Though this style looses some of the rustic look, the natural beauty of the Lodgepole log is retained. This sample has some old finish. This log style does have some other benefits: 1) It is uniform diameter the full length of the log, eliminating the natural taper of hand peeled logs; 2) It can be better suited to high volume/machine production of finished furniture and railings. The downside can be that potential customers of high quality finishings prefer the more natural style hand finish over the machine finish look.
SPLIT LODGEPOLE PINE LOG
This is a split log. This log style does have some additional applications: 1) It has one uniform flat surface the full length of the log, enabling it to be used in trimming-out built-ins and accents; 2) It can be utilized in applications not well suited to full round logs; 3) As can be noted from the skip-peel, these can be supplied in whatever style desired by the customer.
RAW LODGEPOLE PINE LOG
This is a raw log. For the do-it-yourselfer, we maintain a ready supply of quality dried logs ready for you to apply your value-added touch in bringing out the full beauty of the log from scratch. We can furnish logs from green to dried to optimum moisture content of 8-12%, which ensures that the finished product will be resistant to cracking and warping.
LODGEPOLE PINE HEAVY SKIP-PEELED
This is a sample of heavy skip-peeled with about 75% of cambrian layer of dark wood removed showing about twice to three times the white, as of the dark of the Lodgepole Pine. The dark wood will be about 25% of the surface color, while showing the multi-faceted surface created by the drawknife in the hand-peeling process.