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I have a piece of wood that I was given which had been lying outside for a while so I decided to put it on a lathe and make something. Not too sure why but I made a miniature baseball bat. There was only a small section from this branch that could be used as the rest was rotten. Anyway, I am trying to figure out what type of wood it is. I have had people tell me its a type of Yew and some say its a Pine. I'm inclined to say its a type of pine as it must be a soft wood due to it having needle leaves. Its a very fragrant piece with a lovely red center running right the way through it and yellowish wood on the outer. The bark too is very thin. It was found in Georgia.
Can anyone help me with this one please? :)
Thank you, Chris
Any chance you could post a photo showing the bark? A photo or better description of the needles (flat or round, how long, and how many in a cluster) would help.