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Emma Walker

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#1 posted 01-11-2013 11:33 PM

Thanks everyone! I wish I could describe the smell. As Joe mentioned some wood is very pleasant smelling. I have a Black Bear fur shawl that is over 120 years old that I got when my great grandmother died. I want to make a cedar box for it. Cedar is supposed to be best for storing clothing because the smell repells bugs but smells great to humans.

Would that be red cedar?

-- I'm a twisted 2x4 in a pile of straight lumber.

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