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    Here is a good wood source in Oregon. I know some are looking for ebony, he has it.
    American Western Exotic Hardwoods, Bandon Oregon!

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    Also check out urbanhardwoodrecovery.com. He doesn't ship but if you are in Oregon or Wash. it is worth it.

    Arthur

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    • #3
      Thanks, always looking for good sources close by.
      Ron

      My sawdust gallery

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      • #4
        Handsome Woodman in Vancouver WA is great for domestic woods - they'll ship anywhere too. Especially if you're ever looking for blue pine
        Janette
        www.square-designs.com

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