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    Lance Brooks


    To GOD be the Glory,Amen.

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    Re: Dogwood--for carving?

    It is a white wood ,like basswood but it is harder.Years ago I carved smoking pipes with that wood .We would carve daisey like flowers over the flaws and knots to hide them.Then we would stain and polish.

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      Re: Dogwood--for carving?

      Hard Wood, Makes good canes, or pipes.
      Visit Easton, Md's Waterfowl Festival November 8th 9th and 10th.

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        Re: Dogwood--for carving?

        I think you you carve dogwood blossoms out of one, it's like ironical or somethin! :P
        I Cut It Six Times And It's Still Too Short!!!

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