Black walnut trees commonly reach heights of 100' or more with 3'-diameter trunks, yielding copious amounts of consistent, straight grain—a lumberman's dream.
To some woodworkers, cedar ranks high as the wood of choice for building decks. Others rely on it for lining closets or cigar humidors.
The same wood you used in shop class lends a nice look to country-style furniture.
The tropic's top seafaring stock.
The West's tall, lean, and rugged softwood.
Hard, soft...and sweet.
Hawaii's hardwood soldier of the sea.
California's Gold Rush Tree.
The wood of kings, railroad trains, and many names.
Have you ever trimmed off a nailhead (to make a pivot for a circle-cutting jig, for instance) using... read more