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Cool.

Got to admit, when I first read the title of this thread it made me think of someone trying very, very hard not to swear, like they'd just hit their thumb with a hammer and the grandkids are there.

Or expressing amazement: "Well I'll be a son of a bug tunneled sparkleberry."
 

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Cool stick! Now is this the sparkleberry that has blue/black berries (Vaccinium arboreum) related to blueberry or the one that has red berries (Ilex verticillata hybrid)?
 

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Cool stick! Now is this the sparkleberry that has blue/black berries (Vaccinium arboreum) related to blueberry or the one that has red berries (Ilex verticillata hybrid)?
That is it, it also looks like a huckleberry they look the same but the sparkleberry leaves and berrys are bigger and the huckleberry are much smaller.
 

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Another unique piece Randy :thumbsu: :thumbsu: and a wood I've not seen around here in Indiana
 

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Another beautiful stick Randy I have not heard of sparkleberry but it looks fantastic with the bug trails. What oil or finish do you use Randy.
 

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Another beautiful stick Randy I have not heard of sparkleberry but it looks fantastic with the bug trails. What oil or finish do you use Randy.
i used 3 coats boiled linseed oil after it dried a few days I put on 3 coats semi gloss lacquer
 
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