I was helping a friend clean out a retired bowling alley in Vallejo. It seemed like a few pieces of the bowling alley wood could come in handy to make dining tables, workbenches or doors - because it's 2 inch thick laminated maple or pine, amazingly strong and stable.
Well, how can you stop when what you leave will go to the landfill? So, now we have about 50,000 pounds of wood! Mostly cut into 12' lengths, though some are 8' long x 42" wide and 2 1/8" thick.
We're selling it for $10 per square foot, this amazing wood the quality of which we won't be seeing again. How many do you need?