FS:Gnarled Manzanita driftwood, Batch #8

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Tom Barr

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New batch as of Nov 28th. Batch 7 is going to be moved and closed.
I will leave it up as a reference.

As is the case with all the wood I sell, I guarantee 100% happy customer. I try to make sure folks get a good deal and they get what they want. If not, PM/email me. I'll do what it takes to make the customer happy. I'm like anybody else that is a hobbyist. I ship Parcel post, typically on Friday/Sat's, and this can take 2-8 days for delivery in the USA. they cost about 1/2 UPS or Fed Ex, I typically will go with Fed Ex if the box Girth X L exceeds 108 inches. Most boxes will almost never be more than 25$ for 108 inches and down.

So that will give you an idea for ship cost.

I will also trim pieces to suit, provided you take the entire piece/price. Slate bottoms can be added, but the ship cost and the DIY for the customer is wiser, since slate is 1$ and a ceramic drill bit goes through slate like butter, best to do this yourself. Shipping heavy slate ends up costing more than the stuff is worth.

The boards are 24" inches by 48" inches that the wood pictures are taken on.

If you want a certain piece/s, you need to send me your full post address to get dibs, no address, I'm not going to save anything for you. I will not be able to keep track of who ordered what otherwise and who wants something maybe.....

I can give you to within 5$ ship estimate, but unless you are ordering a lot of picture frames full of wood or something...........the ship will rarely be above 20-25$, and smaller batches 10-15$.
When you wish to order, simply PM me the wood # and your post address. I'll discount larger orders, add extras to most orders etc.
If you are looking to do a certain design or need a certain piece type......let me know, I likely have something.

To add the wood to the tank: soak well for a few days till it sinks. I typically soak wood a 2-3 week period before adding it to the aquarium, changing the water it's soaking in weekly.

1# 55$
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2# 70 and 60$ Both are sure to please
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3# 60$ This would do very well for a small accent on a larger tank or a smaller tank's main theme
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4# 45$
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5# 50$
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6# 40$
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7# 35$, great for smaller tanks
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8# these have many caves and holes in them. 90$
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9# 50$
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10# 50$
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11# 50$
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12# 40$ You can do a lot with this type of set
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13# 40$
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14# 50$
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15# 35$, 45$ and 40$, nice thicker pieces, can be stood up like trees if desired.
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16# 50$ and 70$
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17# 40$, 50$, 35$, all for 100$
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18# Bonsai: 30$, and 30$ for the other two
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19# 45$
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20# 80$
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21# 30$ ea 75$ for all 3
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22# 35$ ea for the trees, and 10$ for the branches, 65$ for all
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23# 90$ and 25$ If you add some branches coming off the larger pieces, it will give a really nice thick stump branchy effect.

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24# 60$
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25# 135$ FedEx only
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26# 35$ ea
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27# 70$
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28# Very bulb like growth from this burl base. 65$
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29# 75$ each R is very rock like in texture and very dense
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30# 30$
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31# 45$ each 80$ for both
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32# 50$ and 30$, 50$ piece is pretty strange.........
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33# 45$ and 65$
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34# 55$ both
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35# 70$
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36# 90$
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37# 20$ and 55$
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38# 55$ for both
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39# 70$
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40# 75$, this is a really neat piece in person.
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41# 70$ for both, also very cool in person
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42# Very confused tree.......70$ and 35$, very thick piece
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43# 25$, 35$, and 40$ or 85$ for all
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44# 50$ for all
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45# 65$ and 30$
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46# 45$ for both
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47# 35$ ea there are two pieces in the pic
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48# 30$ and 75$
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49# 40$ Good accent pieces to make roots or add more character to existing pieces
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50# 45$
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51# 60$ and 15$
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52# 100$, this one almost went into the private stash
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53# Thids is a messed up single piece of confused wood 70$
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54# 65$
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55# 90$ has a lot more branching that this shot shows, it's flat and compressed but has a nice canopy.
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56# 25$ and 75$
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57# about a 5ft log, would look really nice in a 180 gal or larger tank, not sure if USPS would take it, might be able to ship without box actually. 70$
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58# 30$ and 45$
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59# 30$ and 35$, if you invert and add some thick separate piece of wood to these, you will end up with a nice rooty stump that's much easier to fit into your tank than looking for the perfect piece that's all in one.
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60# 25$ and 45$
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61# 65$ Add some branches to this piece and you have a nice looking rooty stump

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Same piece, 180 rotation
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62# 40$ add to the above etc for a nice modular piece of of wood that will fit better.
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63# 45$
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64# 75$ nice thick pieces, I typically keep these type of pieces for myself
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65# 90$
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66# 90$ If you invert this, you get a nice stumpy piece FYI
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67# 90$
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68# 75$
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69# 55$
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70# 50$
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71# 35$
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72# 40$ for both
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73# 40$ for both
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74# 40$ for both
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75# 50$ I have about 4-6 of these type of sets which match up very well to large center pieces, I strongly urge folks to get some of these and I often toss a few in for free.
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76# 70$ for both
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77# 60$
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78# I trimmed the roots off, so this is now about 6-7" shorter 45$
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79# 125$
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different view:
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80# Thick and heavy and old. 75$, will cost more due to weight/density for ship, lots of holes and caves
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81# 65$
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82# 65$
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83# 65$
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84# 70$ for all, nice twisted branches
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85# 50$ for both
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86# 55$ for both
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87# 50$ for both
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88# 70$ these are nice thick pieces and the tree is nice if tilted upright like a typical tree form
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89# 50$ for all and then some
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90# 40$
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91# 40$ ea 70$ for both
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I sent you a PM this morning, hope I am not too late.
 

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PM's replied, 52 was nabbed quick actually.

1,2,5, 8,9, 14, 15, 18, 23, 29, 40, 45, 48R, 52, 61(martin's), 73 and 81 have all been sold.
 

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that looks like heaven, I collect my own rocks and love it!!! where is that @??? looks like the mountains coming into nevada from cali on rt 80....
 
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