From North Carolina, the Tarheel State, comes this example of lighter pine in the form of a window sill in service for at least 100 years!
After all that time the turpentine fumes remain as fresh and pungent as the day the wood was milled and installed.
This wood is still so saturated with pine tar resin it burns at the touch of a match.
Volatile hydrocarbons, not from some internal combustion engine, but from all natural, completely organic pine trees!
The light blue smog emitted from this pine tree resin gave the Great Smoky Mountains their name!
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