logging the dark woods of Mulmur

frwinks Posted By frwinks, Aug 8, 2007 at 3:31 PM

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  1. frwinks

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    :) it's been a while since my last visit..figured some of you would find the pics interesting... although none of the wood is actually going to make it's way to our stove :)

    the before
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    the after...healthy forest...
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    wish I had one of these to play with everyday. There would not be much trees in my county... :coolgrin:
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    big, bad saw under the red cover
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    where da heck did all my trees go :bug:
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    here they are...
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    this was the first thinning of the red pines... total of 46 cords of good wood, 12 cords of pulp... not bad @ all..
     
  2. begreen

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    Nice wood pile! How long did that beast take to clear the woods?
     
  3. frwinks

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    that's just one of the piles too ;)... it took them three days to thin the plantation, at the end of each a full b-train left for the local mill..
    one of them getting loaded at the end of the day
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    let the hardwoods grow... lol
     
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