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    Can anyone please post the name and phone number of the fellow in Wisconsin Or Minnesota that sells carving wood. It's in an old post, but the archives don't seem to be working. Thanks

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    Heinecke Wood Products
    Dale A. Heinecke (715) 822-8642
    Cumberland, WI
    or
    Tim Heinecke (715) 822-3524
    Cumberland, WI

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        Nancy, that is the same place I buy my personal carving wood. Great wood and a wonderful family of woodcutters.

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          Do you find their prices to be better, or service better, or what? I've been buying my wood lately from Itasca Wood Supply, but I don't know if I'm getting the best deal or not. There are so many out there - I'd love to hear why you choose to work with these people specifically....it'd help.

          Teri

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              Dale's wood is the best I have ever carved, I find his prices very competetive. Then shipping is high, but anytime you ship wood, you really pay for it.
              I meet Dale in Montana to pick up my years supply of wood.
              Last time, I tried to buy his Grandson; he is a real worker for such a little guy.

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                I have to chime in here. Dale's wood is great. Thank you Nancy for telling me about Dale. I have had him do some roughouts for me too, and was most satisfied. He is a great guy to work with.
                Bette
                Bette&&--Michigan&&http://home.centurytel.net/BetteFranke&&http://community.webshots.com/user/Bette_Franke

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                  Another great place for wood is:
                  Uncle Al's Wood Products
                  Oconto Falls, WI 54154
                  E-Mail; [email protected]



                  I've used wood from both places and believe that they are the best.
                  Can't go wrong ordering from either place.

                  Woody01

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                    Great information. Do these companies sell on the web?
                    Cheers
                    Ric

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                      This is all great information - thanks, you all!

                      Teri

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