The ship, with three masts of Port Orford cedar
and a body of Douglas fir planks, was the fastest ship ever built on the West Coast, according to historian and model shipbuilder Steve Priske, who wrote about the Western Shore several years ago.
Boxes containing 1,000 Port Orford cedar
shafts came next.
The term Port Orford Cedar
comes from the limited area that is the native range of this species, which was extensively timbered and subjected to catastrophic wildfires for much of its history.
They found that extracts from incense cedar, western red cedar, Alaska yellow cedar, western juniper, and Port Orford cedar
exhibited antimicrobial activity against P.
Port Orford cedar
was once the standard for wood arrow makers, but this lightweight, straight-grained wood is now in short supply so other woods have largely supplanted cedar.
Before: The Port Orford cedar
mantel of this nonworking, decorative corner fireplace lay hidden beneath coats of paint, which had to be stripped by hand.
Brazilian redwood, Ipe, Iron Wood, Mahogany, Teak, Cambara, Meranti, Port Orford Cedar
When I started bowhunting back in the mid 1970s, not only were compound bows highly suspect, but bow shops were still well stocked with Port Orford cedar
Others, including valuable Port Orford cedar
, can be and regularly are exported whole.
They say extracts from incense cedar, western redcedar, Alaskan yellow cedar, western juniper, and Port Orford cedar
destroyed the organism's spores and inhibited fungal cell growth.
Its writing surface is made of Port Orford cedar
that was remilled and screwed together with small brass screws.
Though Billings' retirement begins today, he may have to wait a few more weeks before spending much time in his new boat - built of mahogany, Port Orford cedar
and Oregon white oak.