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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by Nock, Aug 13, 2019.
I know you like old tools. Been awhile since I’ve used it. Needed it today.
Are you selling, milling and selling, or using for your own purposes?
Selling. This will be fourth time over years we have cut off the place. No telling how much is inside and on outside of my house.
Those are some dandy cedar logs! I've used quite a bit of cedar in the shop in my time.
Man look at the red in that,......nice.
Nice looking logs . I just sent in a load today . 34 logs , some was small but the load brought 599 and some change.
Lot of work for the heat we have had and it is rough on us dragging them out from off of hill sides.
I need me one of those logging winches for the back of my tractor.
If my son took a picture I will post it . It was a good size load for the work we put into it . To many limbs and hard to drag out.
Some of yours looks like veneer quality.
I did some cemetery visiting with the family on fathers day....there was a hoss of a cedar there. I snapped a few pics,...they really don't do it justice.
Yes it is.
That's an absolute monster! I've never seen one that big.
Cant hook, dad always called em cane hooks, that cedar raised up , would sure make some pretty end table tops.
one of my favorite smells. log sure does got alot of red in it.. i can almost smell it.. thought i was for a moment.
Love them old big trees
Put cabinets in a house a few weeks ago that had three big cedar’s in their yard it would have took at least three people to wrap their arms around them, wish I would have took a pic
Watching a group of wily veterans use cant hooks on a giant log in unison is like watching a ballet (not in the gay sense). It’s crazy how they can move a log in ways that you wouldn’t ever dream possible.