Post in 'The Inglenook' started by thewoodlands, Jul 12, 2010.
Two pictures from Tupper Lake Woodsmens Day's.
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I am looking to do somthing like that.. My stand is going to be made of logs set in post holes squared out and somthing like that hanging...Looks Like you had a great time!
It was a good time Smokin, next year we will try and get there for Saturday and Sunday. I noticed the carvers had between 6-9 different chainsaws that they used.
I'd like to get a 'name' sign, like the one he has there in the pic with the signs...can anyone here help out with some contact info?
Ray I have the book from the Woodsmen’s Days I'll see if anyone did advertising and get you a phone number. Give me until tonight.
Ray I just fired off a email to Tupper Lake, one way or another I'll get the phone number.
awesome, thanks! I have been looking for somehting like that for a while. Gotta love this site!!
I like the carved raptor, that guy's got some talent. The signs look like a cub scout pack project. I know what "SLEDDIN'" is, but what the heck is "SLEDIN'"? %-P Rick
Ray nothing in the book so I'll wait for the reply off the email plus I can make a few calls to get a number.
Ray here are the numbers for Bob (Buzz Saw Bob) Home - 1-585-948-5832 and the cell is 1-716-880-4154 which I used to get a hold of him, they are out of Batavia, New York.
I've got a couple of maples in my yard that I need to drop. I'm going to leave about 6 feet and attempt to carve something decorative. I'm a total novice, so if I mess them up, I'll just cut 'em into firewood. The wife would like a saw to run, so I may purchase something small to use for the carving and for her enjoyment. Anyway, I'm watching these displays with a lot more interest than I did at one time!
Uper have fun, I watched some of the chainsaw carving contest and these guys are good. If I can keep my splits the same length thats art for me.
Thanks, Zap. I'll give him a call and see if he can hook me up. Thanks again!
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