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#1 posted 01-03-2013 03:34 PM

I’d imagine that if you dig down deeply enough, you’d find “historical significance” to every wood—a significance, moreover, that varies between peoples and through time. If I learned anything earning my degree, it’s that history is never static, always a moving target. So I’d suggest you pick a wood you like, and dig into its particular history—I’m sure you’d find something cool about it.

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