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Showcasing products made from the famous Oregon myrtlewood, A&T Myrtlewood is an alluring stop on the Port Orford to Bandon Art Trail. The shop is home to handcrafted wood carvings, cribbage boards, pineneedle baskets and more. Featured artists include wildlife artist Myrna Austin, birdhouse builder Sandra Todd and woodcarver John Austin.