I think you might find a lot of it could be used for indoor furniture when dry enough, and the rest for garden furniture, just sort it when you cut it making sure, of course, that you keep any consecutive nice boards for matching side to side.wallace":1wksj8lq said:I thought it might be usefull for things like garden gates. £20 for 200mm by 100mm. get a few cut them up. leave them for a year. Bingo, cheap oak for me to butcher.