Here is a shorter staff of Balsam Fir that stands 66-1/2" tall. It has an odd root structure that protrudes towards one side only. The shaft is 1-1/8" to 2" in diameter and the roots occupy a space about 7" by 8" by 12" high. There are some drawnife facets on it from the peeling process as well as the first signs of decay at the end of the root mass. It has a slight gradual curve along the length as well. It was harvested and stripped on 7/27/21 and weighs 4# 2 ozs just two days later. It'll lose a lot of water weight when fully dried. Customize it as you wish because this is a raw, unfinished material. Just be sure to let it fully season before you seal it. (ufws87) Update: it is well seasoned
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