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The Problem with being a wood enthusiast

posted 4/17/2013 11:56:29 PM |
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That sassafras tree I've mentioned is now my main pic. I'll put my ugly mug back up one day, but for now, this will give an idea of why I need my chainsaw so badly. Can't mow under it, and as artistic as it may seem to some, it is just another burr under my saddle. And that portable saw mill I was contemplating the other day, this hunk of wood has a large amount of viable material. I think it would also have some unique grain patterns. I'd still have to get it on the mill, but I'd figure a way to do that, if I had the mill.

And it isn't just this one tree, on some of the properties around here I see large branches, trees, and old barns going to waste. The main problem tho is how to get them to my mill if I got one. Makes almost cry to see all that beautiful hardwood go up in smoke. I know some of the things I would need, but I doubt there is a way to get them. Like the mill, and a truck with a self loader. Then a partner that is younger and physically in better shape and stronger would do a world of good.

That damned butterfly has definitely got my attention now. But I must resist, have to keep focused on the job at hand, can not be distracted. I will not go to the site and look at it again, I won't, I won't I............

oh shit.

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