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  • #16
    Thanks Claude
    I plan on reading up on identifying different woods and trees , I hit the book store every other Friday. I just got into making walking sticks , my next one I'm going to try some wood burning . Thank you for sharing .

    Chris

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    • #17
      I found this on line thought you might like it. https://www.treeremovallongisland.or...n-long-island/

      Red maple makes great sticks. Carves and paints well. Get hard but not like rock or sugar maple.

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      • #18
        Trees of New York field guide by Stan Tekiela. Walkabout size. I live in upstate New York. How far up do you come? Stop in and load up, cherry, oak, maple, apple, ironwood, birches and a ton of pine. Bring your loppers. Welcome to the forum.
        Carve On,
        Kadiddle

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        • #19
          Bowinhand
          Thanks for the listings , l make sure every time I'm walking through a park I have my saw . Getting a nice collection , wish I knew trees better . Thanks again.

          Chris

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          • #20
            Kadiddle
            I was in Tannersville for a few days , love the mountains . Have cousins in Albany, l just love the forest , finding canes to carve is a great hobby . Ticks are a problem in my area , I make sure I use the spray before going in the brush . Be Well .

            Chris

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