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    Tree Root Furniture

    My wife and I met some of her co-workers at a local restaurant for happy hour tonight. I saw these on the way out, not sure of the wood type.

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    Darren

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    Cool- can you imagine dusting it though??

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    Interesting. You would need a lot of work with a pressure washer before cutting into those. Think of all the rocks, sand, grit involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael stafford View Post
    Cool- can you imagine dusting it though??
    You're supposed to dust furniture???????????


    Can't image the size of the bush, but it looks a lot like manzinata.... or maybe something Chinese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Ellis View Post
    Can't image the size of the bush, but it looks a lot like manzinata.... or maybe something Chinese.
    Probably a good guess, was at the "Bo Lings" Chinese restaurant.
    Darren

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    Those are really cool

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    Very cool ...see some more here
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    Cool stuff, Darren.
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    Love the stuff. Doesn't look real comfortable, but is very beautiful.
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