incense cedar

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incense cedar

A close-grained wood having a fragrant resinous odor; highly resistant to moisture.
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Handcrafted 20 years ago from incense cedars logged on-site, the inn has five roomy guest suites, each with a large spa tub and gas fireplace.
We're standing in a deserted picnic grove among the cinnamon-colored trunks of incense cedars. The snow has stopped, hut the clouds still hang low and dark.
It's this same cold, clear river that draws us non-anglers in summer to walk among the pines and incense cedars and Douglas firs lining the banks, to sit on the porch at an old-fashioned riverfront resort cabin with a cool drink and a good book, and, at night, to listen to the music of the river through open windows as we drift off.