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    Does anyone know of any places in the eastern Pa or western N.J areas to shop for scrolling wood and supplies? Mail order is great and all but it sure would be nice to maybe take a day trip now and then and meet some folks face to face.
    Thanks all
    Eric

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    This has been very helpful for me, but not everyone is in it:

    http://www.woodfinder.com/

    Google is good, too, using the kind of wood you want and city or state as keywords.

    If you want the products of a particular mill, you can call them and ask for local distributors. If the distributors don't sell retail, they can put you in touch with someone who will.

    I've found a few good sources close to home this way.

    Pete

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    • #3
      Stubby,
      check your PM.
      Dan

      -Just do'in the best I can every day

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      • #4
        Id like to know also.

        Thanks
        Mike

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        • #5
          Stubby,

          I sent you a PM.

          Regards, Joe

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