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Sep 24, 2011 ... In a recent interview, Troy explained the meaning behind Curl of the Burl: The burl is the knot that's found in various trees — it's almost like a cancer of trees. Within that burl are unique swirls or curls. A lot of people will cut those down and sell them to wood-makers, wood sculptors, and furniture makers ...


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Log & Burl Buying. If you have an individual tree, burl, or orchard, that you are planning to remove , please contact us. We may be interested in purchasing the logs, and if local, have the ability to do the removal as well, as we have three licensed timber operators (LTO's) on staff as well as a D49 tree service addendum to our ...


Burl is a boy's name that means "butler". Burl's origin is English.


Jan 5, 2018 ... Burl wood, sometimes called burlwood, makes a fabulous material for furniture. Tips on building your own beautiful and very unique wooden coffee table from burl wood.


Ghost Riders In The Sky Lyrics: An old cowpoke went ridin' out one dark and windy day / Upon a ridge he rested as he went along his way / When all at once a mighty herd of red-eyed steers he saw / Plowin' through.


Apr 15, 1995 ... Burl Ives, whose sweet, strong, mournful way with folk ballads made him an international singing star in the 1940's and whose earthy acting won him an Academy Award in the 1950's, died yesterday at his home in Anacortes, Wash. He was 85. The cause was complications of mouth cancer, said Marjorie ...


Sep 12, 2016 ... The pipe has long been a favorite companion of men (and women—no stereotyping here) worldwide, revered objects worthy of the rituals surrounding them. And though they may evoke a certain sense of intrigue, their origins need not be mysterious. Read on to discover the magic behind the beloved burl ...


burl (bûrl),USA pronunciation n. Textilesa small knot or lump in wool, thread, or cloth. Furniturea dome-shaped growth on the trunk of a tree; a wartlike structure sometimes 2 ft. (0.6 m) across and 1 ft. (0.3 m) or more in height, sliced to make veneer. v.t.. Textilesto remove burls from (cloth) in finishing. burl′er, n. 1400–50  ...