My father built on to our lakehouse with boards of tx redwood on the inside. It has been about a year since the remodeling and this weekend they noticed sawdusl around the boards, like an insect had been boring through. I had heard that insects dont like to eat redwood. Does anyone know what could be doing this…or if it is harmful to the house??? Thanks in advance
- Is the humboldt park area of chicago a safe place to live?
- Lazy Z offers cabins off the beaten path
- Kitschy motels Monterey area?
- The San Francisco Airport Marriott Hotel is Conveniently Close to Giants Baseball at AT&T Park
- How to plan your trip to the United States ?
- A Glimpse At San Jose
- Come and see what Orange County and Southern California have to Offer!
- Charming Mendocino’s Attraction is No Mystery
- Vacation Destinations: Top Fantasy Retreats
- Taking a 3 day mini vacation to San Diego or Vegas. Coming from Northern California. Which would you recommend?
- Bruno on How to plan your California Vacation
- Gay on America Mat Closed Cell Foam
- Billy on America Mat Closed Cell Foam
- Lucinda on America Mat Closed Cell Foam
- Julianne on Los Angeles , Ontario And Anaheim City Attractions In California State
- Rocky on America Mat Closed Cell Foam
- Barbette74 on Wood preservation
- Monserrate on Wood preservation
- Issac on America Mat Closed Cell Foam
- Cyril on Wood preservation
- American Futures Master List: Some of the Hundreds of Places We Would Like to Go - The Atlantic
- Cap and Clear-Cut - CounterPunch
- UPDATED: Birders Flock to Great Gray Owl - North Coast Journal (blog)
- 100 years of North Coast movies - Daily Triplicate
- Calfire Attacking New Blaze in Humboldt Redwoods State Park - Lost Coast Outpost
- HARDIN: My Doctor Got Busted - Lost Coast Outpost
- Why aren't Humboldt's rural roads getting fixed? - North Coast Journal
- Clock is ticking on homeless campers - Eureka Times Standard
- Great Gray Owl Spotted in Humboldt for First Time in 15 Years (PHOTOS/VIDEO) - Lost Coast Outpost
- What's going on at the Mateel - Redwood Times