Here is another elegant Balsam Fir staff. It stands 71-1/2" tall and the shaft ranges from 1-1/8" to 2" in diameter. It has a straight shaft with a small sweeping curve before the roots. The roots of this one are pretty flat. It was growing on top of a large buried rock. They barely fit in an 8" by 8" box, but the are only about 3" in height. This was harvested, stripped, dried and weighs 3# 12 ozs. Currently it has little sharp pin knots on the shaft because the bark mostly peeled without a drawknife. (ufws120)
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