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I doubt it's going to get us any further with a definitive ID but this was what awaited inside one of the major limbs when milled yesterday by member James Pepperpot.


What we couldn't help but notice was that the wood absolutely stinks; not the smell of, say, heavily infected ash, but like a 2-day old cats' litter tray. Really bad!



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It wasn't meant to; it's only about 9" across.  Yours is 22" max dia but v short - the base of the main stem.

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Eek; will have to seriously study the diary then.


I'll keep the small Pagoda pieces; most of them I had milled at 1" with the idea of bookshelves in mind.  But I don't know how stable it is yet!


Will e-mail soon with a date for the big lump.

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