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|11-13-2012 02:16 PM||
250+ year old Elm for trade - 3 replies
Elm Wood – One of the oldest Catholic Church’s in the area needed an elm cut. I’m guessing the age (measuring 2in x Edge to center, not exact I know) is 250+ years old. It’s kind of cool, because the Spanish owned Texas first and tried to educate the population. This tree is older than the Alamo. If you’re a history buff, you can only im...
|11-13-2012 01:33 PM||
Blackhaw “Viburnum” - Road Kill - 3 replies
ROAD KILL I found a couple of Blackhaw “Viburnum” 36”x12”. Does anyone know anything about this type of wood and is it a keeper? What are the best projects to use it on?