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3 hours ago, sospiri said:

Agree mostly, apart from the location of the forest. Should that be kept secret or disclosed if such a location is discovered?

There isn't just one forest, in any case, and in the location where some of these were, very few trees are extant. 

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3 hours ago, sospiri said:

Agree mostly, apart from the location of the forest. Should that be kept secret or disclosed if such a location is discovered?

Using patience and a little homework to remember the names of certain forests you can tune in to the coverage of the tour de france during mountain stages.  They change the route yearly and there have been a few times over the years that names of forests pertaining to violin making would make the show - first thoughts from myself were those trees are up there pretty high altitude wise and it had to be a lot of work just bringing them down to whiichever town for processing.. 

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