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Re: Birchbark letters

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  • Joeseph Melech
    This may be geographically irrelevant for some... I found that in the early spring after the snow melts is a good time to get it from the naturally felled
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 16, 2001
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      This may be geographically irrelevant for some...

      I found that in the early spring after the snow melts is a good time to get
      it from the naturally felled trees. The snow moistens the bark loose
      enought that it comes off thick. it can then be flattened and dried.

      I use these "leaves" as Scouting miscellany.

      just a note on how I do it.

      Josef Krakow

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