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A few months ago I subscribed to an amazing magazine called "living woods".  Every issue is excellent.  I read every issue over and over - there is just something in it that really feeds me.

In this most recent issue there is an amazing living willow structure.  I tried to search the net to share a picture here, but I couldn't find a picture.  As it turns out, the editor of the magazine wrote to me to ask about the rocket mass heater stuff!  So I asked I could lay the magazine out, take a picture of the picture and push that up here.  He emailed me a pdf and said I could put that up!

So here is the picture and the pdf he sent me!

I just figured out that the pdf contains about six pages of the magazine ...

Oh!  And I should point out that even though the magazine is called "living woods" and this particular piece is about "living willow structures" that the magazine is more about being a woodsman:  axes, drawknives, green woodworking, shaving horses, wood heat, and ... generally bonding with woodland.

Filename: living_willow.pdf
File size: 2 megabytes
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