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 Post subject: Birds of a
PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2018 4:05 pm 
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feather.... yada..yada. This is a list 6 years old but I bet most of the groups are still active one way or another. Woodworking guilds(clubs) are an association of folks with a similar interest at many different levels. They are a great way to meet folks and “talk shop”. Check out the list for your state and see if it is close enough to go to or find a contact person who may know of a fellow wooodworker in the forest near you.... except for Kansas I don’t know if they have forests there :oops:

http://www.finewoodworking.com/2012/10/ ... -directory

A few days ago in the scrap pile there was a post about a map of lumber stores. A few of our brothers added their favorite lumber yards. All the yards on that map might be a good source for other woodworkers to meet. :idea:

PS If you meet a new friend, invite them over to visit our forum :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: Birds of a
PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 3:39 pm 
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HEY Newtooth!
I'll have you know that we in Kansas are very proud of both of our trees. We may not have a forest exactly but, we are not totally barren either.
We can watch our dog run away for a week and I'll bet you can't !
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 Post subject: Re: Birds of a
PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 4:34 pm 
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RAPID ROGER: Would you consider building fences around those two trees? I understand that puppies like to mark their territory on prominent items in the landscape :roll: and fencing those two trees off might help their growth potential. I am surprised that Kansas does in fact have very robust forested areas with quite a variety of trees.

http://www.kansasforests.org/kansas_for ... ansas.html

Then again you don’t find a lot of wheat fields (Kansas size) in say Maine or Pennsylvania and a really wide horizon line is awesome especially at sunrise and sunset.

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