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    ??? Anyone know where I can get some good tupelo carving wood? I have checked some of the wood merchants and their prices are terrible.

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    Re: Tupelo carving wood

    Sugar Pine offers a 5 pound Tupelo Grab Bag for 8.95. Don't know if that will suit your needs or not. Don't know the url but 1-800-452-2783.

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      Re: Tupelo carving wood

      OK thanks, maybe someone else knows of another one.

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        I've purchased from their store in N.E. Ohio. They sell a lot by mail order or on-line. Nice folks. The bird blanks are their specialty, but they sell carving wood, including tupelo.

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        • #5
          Re: Tupelo carving wood

          I got some nice Tupelo about a year ago from:
          G.N.C.S.
          2680 S. McKenzie Street
          Foley, AL 36535.
          Phone 1-800-44-DUCKS.
          I got a 6-1/2x7-1/2x13 piece for $19.80 and a 6x4x13xpiece for $9.75. Shipping was $7.25.

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