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We just bought some property and there must be 10 or more arbutus logs stacked up. Each log is about 8 to 10 feet long and10 to 15 inches in diameter.
Hi Ron, Lovely site. I have gone back/forth on your site for a while and on the marketplace page etc. But, maybe just me, I simply could not figure out
I made salad hands and at the request of the person I made them for stained them golden pecan. However I need to seal/protect the hands. I read your article
I found a really nice shaped branch of madrone that I would like to use as a wall hanging. Do you know if I need to do anything to seal it or guard against
I'll have 4 madrone stumps for sale . I'm located in Oroville,ca up in the hills in the beginning of forbstown,ca. Looking for a buyer willing to dig up
I have some arbutus limbs that have been on the ground for about a year and I am wanting to restore them to there lovely red colour is there someway I
Hi, thank you for all this interesting info! We just got hardwood cutting boards to put on each side of the stove. They come finished with mineral oil,
I had envisioned using a madrone limb to create a railing up my front walkway just a few stairs high and recently stumbled upon a newly fallen piece that
Do you make walking sticks or canes? ---------- Sorry No
Thanks for your work and relaying the information about safe wood products. It can be a real hassle to find the truth. I'm looking for plates, but did
Hi there, I am looking for some nice manzanita pieces to aquascape an aquarium. Do you have such? I am working in North Van this morning and could drop
I was asked recently what is something that has shaped who I am as a teacher. My answer? Arbutus trees. I invite you to come with me to Saanich, British
I just harvested a bunch of berries that I would love to be beads, how can I dry them out well? thanks! ----- Ron here... Thread them while still fresh
`One Half,( Of An Angel)' (2017) enamel paint,urethane and silver leaf over 'Ohio Buckeye' Chestnut Wood and steel thread. ( suspended)
I am a Calgary sculptor that works predominantly in wood...I am trying to find some Yew Wood branches or limbs,(preferably quite bent and distorted as