Speaking of close, I'm in south Bastrop county, at the southern most point, 15 miles south of Rosanky, not far off Hwy 304. I have several boards salvaged from the Lost Pines Loblolly fires in 2011. These were milled into boards 8-halves thick, about 14" wide and various lengths. I had them kiln dried. Then they sat in my barn on stringer strips drying out even further, for several years (still there). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bastrop_County_Complex_Fire I've had one Tele built from Loblolly Pine from the Lost Pines fires. It was built at USACG into a carved-top, double F-hole, double chamber Tele with a Loblolly Pine neck and a mahogany fretboard. It kills. I still have a bunch of the boards if you want to start from a blank and build a Lost Pines Tele or Strat let me know. I have enough to do Teles and Strats and others.