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|09-16-2013 01:00 PM||
Seeking history buffs - 8 replies
I’ve recently purchased some Ancient Kauri which is the oldest known workable wood species known. It’s being excavated from old swamp beds from New Zealand. I am not much of a history buff so I was wondering if anyone out there might have some interesting facts about what the Earth was like and what these trees may have been expose...
|05-02-2013 05:06 PM||
Mystery Burl Wood - 10 replies
I was wondering if anyone can help me determine what kind of burl this is? I just purchased it off Craigslist. It’s about 35 to 45lbs or more… 15”W, 19”L, and 10”H. I used my sander to clear away some of the outer and expose a little of the inner wood. I really have no idea what it is. The guy I bought it off fr...
|08-20-2012 02:44 PM||
Hi Lumber(Family)jocks, I haven’t been on the site for a little while as I’m trying to fix up the house to sell but I thought there’s no better place to start for guidance then right here regarding an up and coming “special” project. My 90 year old Grandmother ( I can only hope to live that long ) who is still w...