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I few weeks ago I asked if anyone might know what kind of wood this was.  We kind of decided it was a myrtle/sycamore of some kind. 



I cut that log into 4 blanks.  I've managed to lose one of them on a shelf somewhere in the shop.  I rough-turned one of the three remaining blanks this morning.  Any further ideas on the species seeing the grain and coloring?









Whatever kind of wood it is, it was a pleasure to turn.  Very easy to cut.  Had a crisp clean spring woods smell to it. 




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