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Really nice petrified wood and bark. Huge pieces.


JIMMFinsman

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Anyone possibly identify this wood?  My neighbor who passed some time ago was an old guy from Tennessee who worked for Hercules Dynamite.  He said he found them in the mountains of Tennessee but never said where exactly.  Very heavy. 

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1 minute ago, JIMMFinsman said:

possibly identify this wood? 

You have too look at the cellular structures of the wood in order too determine genus or species.

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Will Rogers said: " Some of them didn't spring far enough."

 

 

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