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Old 09-12-2017, 09:33 PM   #41 (permalink)
 
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Hmmm. I probably should read all the clues first but I am going to guess cherry plum for my first guess.

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Old 09-12-2017, 09:44 PM   #42 (permalink)
 
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Yeah, reading/interpreting all my clues would be the best place to start from.

Remember that if you see someone given the guess you were thinking off or believe is the right guess, you should always say it again loud and clear because you never know, you may get a prize...!

These tree species are not in the fruit tree family, sorry.

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Ok, guess #2 will be cork.

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Guess #3 will be Macrocarpa (Golden Cypress)*because it is getting late and I am stumped.

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Sorry Jennera, 3 guesses and you are out, unfortunately, none of your answers were correct, the last one was sort of close that was it.

I know you are new to this and that you are learning, however, take a little more attention to my hints, I have been quite "obvious" but no one had worked it out...!

Is always a next time,

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Old 09-12-2017, 11:57 PM   #46 (permalink)
 
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Cammon guys and gals, someone has to work it out, I said plenty already and to top it all up, I'm going to show you the pic of the 5 of these packs I have left, if you can work it out after this, I don't think you ever will, I hope I'm wrong...!

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Don/t have time for this George . Cross cut poplar with insect holes and spalting

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Cross cut willow with insect holes and spalting
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Cross cut liquid amber with insect holes and spalting .

Australians are a bit different than N Americans George . What you hate we may love and vice versa .
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Cross cut liquid amber with insect holes and spalting .

Australians are a bit different than N Americans George . What you hate we may love and vice versa .
G'day Wayne,

Thank you for your "no time for this" guesses, most appreciated.

As for the guesses, sorry mate, ain't it...!

Oh, I know how Australians are "different" than Americans and or Canadians however, I have brought the issue up of certain woods that people don't want to know about and that I disagree in so many ways I can't count but, I understand why some people think that way and that is OK, I still disagree...!

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