Originally Posted by JimT
Looking back at Chris' original post (quoted here), there seems to actually be two
questions begging for answers! First
, we need to come to a consensus as to what defines a "good" bark, then
we can argue about how to make it!!!
You are right. Even though I posted on how to get a good bark, I personally don't like a heavy bark. I actually stop the bark generation (by wrapping)not too long after it begins, leaving a thin, tender bark. I think the definition of what a good bark is depends on the persons preference in many ways. That's not a cop out I promise.