Our family room is a lot more relaxed, cumfy sofa & reclyning chair....big floor cushions for the kids! Walnut wood is beautiful too isn't it? I love the colour & texture of it.
love, hugs & cheers, Jo
At Sat, 18 Aug 2001, Jean Long wrote:
>Sure glad that wasn't cherry wood burning.......awfully expensive even for furniture and cabinets, sure wouldn't want to burn it (LOL)!!! Give it to me instead (Tee Hee)!
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>>>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Sally Grigg" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2001 10:06 PM
>Subject: To Wally Jo from Sally
>Dear Wally Jo, What does cherry wood smell like? I've burned redwood, cedar,
>oak, madrone, eucalyptus, fir, acatia etc. They're all different. I bet you
>have different trees from us. Is there any special smell to cherry wood. I had
>an old pear tree that finally fell over. We seasoned the wood and hoped that
>it would be special, but it was really all in my head. Anyway, I'm grateful
>that we don't need a fire and that I have you as a friend. Love and kisses,
>P.S. I just reread your e-mail and realized you're not burning cherry wood,
>but have a cheery fire. Oh, well. What kind of wood are you burning? I think I
>need to fill up the holes in my head with something. Any ideas?
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