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First, I typo-ed my username CedaraAlaia (Ooops!) and then I typo-ed another username cedaralia (Ooops!) and deleted the first "Oops!" thread under that username.  I have correctly spelled this username and it shall be the username I use from here on out.  I apologize for any confusion that nobody will care about anyway.
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Double Welcome!
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Now that is an  interesting username; where did it come from? 
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good shit, welcome to the forum

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Now that is an  interesting username; where did it come from? 


I shaped an alaia style surfboard out of some salvaged cedar handrailing.



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Damn smartphone. Is it possible to delete my double Ooops! usernames?
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depends you who you are talking to  [rofl]

this could get confusing really quick

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this is confusing.
welcome from norcal
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i garan fucking tee you, i'm the only one that thought cedar when you signed up [rofl]

cedrella for most of them, junpierus for some imitators, yours sounds kind of polynesian if i had to guess

where do you live? which will help me ID the red wood in your axe post, some kind of burl or madrone or .... ?

otherwise, it looks like you dig fraxinus americana, acer macrophyllum and maybe the occasional honda giken kogyo

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where do you live? which will help me ID the red wood in your axe post, some kind of burl or madrone or .... ?

otherwise, it looks like you dig fraxinus americana, acer macrophyllum and maybe the occasional honda giken kogyo


I doubt living in Western Washington would help you ID that red colored wood in my "what else do you collect?" post.  I tend to use left over hardwoods from projects at my brother-in-laws custom cabinet shop.  Ash, maple and purple heart.  I used beech for the axe on the trunk of the Honda.  Curly cherry is the red wood used for that hewing hatchet.  

I have been known to use wind fall arbutus menziesii for a haft or two (i.e. that hafted double bit pictured) mostly just to see if it could be done.  I would love to get my hands on some robinia pseudoacacia but all I have managed to get a hold of is a nice burl.   I am not sure what I will make out of that?

I am not a wood nerd so, yeah, I had to look up all the latin names you and I both mentioned. [cool]
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I used a left over beer can to cook a chicken once.

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I used a left over beer can to cook a chicken once. Welcome.


Almost creative as when i used a water hose for a bicycle tire. 

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