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    best local source for edmonds wa area?

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    The best source is mailorder. I can get some in Monroe, but their supply is limited. Might check for a hobby store in Lynwood.

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    • #3
      Re: basswood

      Try CrossCut Hardwoods in Portland,OR

      their phone# is 503-224-9663

      their web site www.emersonhardwood.com

      "let the chips fly!"

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        Try Don Wedll...good wood, good prices...imho http://members.tripod.com/~woodsource/index.html

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