One thing leads to another...

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  1. Bad Little Falls

    Bad Little Falls Guide

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    I just checked my tree book and even in Latin they don't class it in the same category family etc. Yet I still see similarities, as above mentioned and adding to the list, thorns and durability when in contact with the soil. The leaf patterns are different as well as the fruits. So close but so far different. I suspect they are ancient trees. Both beautiful woods, dare I compare them.
     
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  2. Seahunter

    Seahunter Scout Bushclass I Bushclass II

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    That is incredible. Great work!
     
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  3. riokid87

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    Impressive
     
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  4. mtwarden

    mtwarden roaming the Big Sky Supporter

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    Nice work Sir!
     
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  5. Youcantreadinthedark

    Youcantreadinthedark Amphibian. Supporter Bushclass I

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    I'll trade you...
    cheers to this build! That thing came out great, and I bet if you start wandering around with it you'll find it does most of what you need in terms of cutting and slicing.

    (for the pedants, osage is in the mulberry family)
     
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  6. x39

    x39 Hyperborean Supporter

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    Thanks! I maintain that associating with the lot of you on this forum is like hanging around with drug pushers. One way or another I'm going to spend my time or money on something!
     

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