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Before you get any wrong ideas, CNC means Chainsawed New Chair. My cuppa. Hehehe
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I love it. I think you want a very dry log though, and you wouldn't want it in direct contact with ground where the termites will get to it.

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I love it. I think you want a very dry log though, and you wouldn't want it in direct contact with ground where the termites will get to it.
No problem with termites with my last Tiki. However. It was spiked to a car/truck wheel, lasted for years, until an idiot friend of my two sons knocked it over. Twice. First time, no problem. Second time it split in a number of long pieces. Found out then that the interior was riddled with some type of beetle. The next Tiki will also be mounted on a wheel, but with a small metal stand under it, with no holes for bug access. Any chair will be either inside the house or shop, or on the front porch, no ground contact at all - unless I sell some, then I won't care where they are put. Best two parts, I get to use a chainsaw to make one, and I can get sections of logs for free. Makes me feel like I'm squatting in tall cotton. Hehehe Bet most of the city boys won't get that.

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or till the splitting starts...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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