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    I donate the wood to a youth sports program, oak usually. Then the adults and kids assemble on a day with saws, splitters and trailers for delivery at 250.00 a cord. We'll drop 12 cord in an 8 hour day processing. I just volunteer my trucks, trailer, splitters and some saw time. Kids load em up. Older kids splitters. Running about 3. And that is how we get wood to widders. :lol:
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Sailing in Odds and Ends
    :thumbup:
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    Three words. Aluminum extension ladder.
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    Whole damn family of Navy men and got denied. Oh well. Back at 18, I was not real happy about it.
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    You get to see those here from time to time too. Had a mated pair that used to stalk me coming home from work when I walked home from the restaurant smelling of everything I prepped and cooked that evening :/: Bob cats can be good sized here too. But they really don't care to be around people much.
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    I've been sailing since a kid. My uncle had a 40' we would go out together regular. My cousin about a 36. My uncle and some buddies sailed to Hawaii and back. Down to the Panama canal and over into the Bahamas. Cousin went damn near round the world solo. Young adult I got my helmsmans and sailed regular on lakes in MA. Different from ocean, little day sailers and sunfish(?). Did some more out of Rhode Island and New Jersey. Always thought I would eventually end up living on one. One family friend would work construction on Martha's Vinyard Island till fall, sail some wealthy persons yacht down to St Thomas and do construction/contracting all winter there. Then sail back in spring. Seemed like a dream job to me. Life just took me in a different direction. Fond memories and always at peace on the sea. Wish the Navy had taken me when I enlisted, but the asthma made a 4f(?) out of me :(
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    Scares you when you disturb them in the bush. Like, they figure you'll walk right by, then you start a saw and they come bounding out. Sure can make your heart jump.
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    The little Velcro burrs from our weeds would have their way with that. :lol: Not that I can talk :/:
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    If we have to take over 20" logs or whole stumps to the landfill, where they bring in a tub grinder or burn them, we not only pay the 55.00 per ton, but we get a 150.00 premium charge on top per load. Meanwhile, the larger company's doing ROW and roads get paied 40.00 per ton to take them to a transfer station where they grind them up and sell to a bio plant 2 plus hours away. California is ridiculous
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    Happy birthday Gerry! Looking good Ol friend.
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    Well done Jed. Looks like you could have gone three there. Harder to clean up though I gather.?
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    It's a she, and she cleans them after and during every feeding. She was just pregnant when we had her fixed, so all the mom hormones were instilled. She also does this with the kittens, even so much as to move them outside to where she wants them The squirrels will nose right down face to face with her tongue cleaning them out of the cage. Fun stuff. We still feed them, but they are in the process of weaning currently... She even guards them from the cats that are our hunters. Laying in front of the cage growling at them....
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    Been considering on of those augers for our dingosaurus. Seems it would be a good asset for making stuff smaller that ain't worth milling. Or cedar split rail.
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    Yeah, glad I don't get many of those these days. Loose rocks can ruin your day. I do have a smallish pine coning up on the edge if a cut, over a house I am going to need to self lower to the guys at the bottom. Should make for some fun :/:
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    I would so dig sitting with a cup of coffee watching that out my window Until livestock were being threatened. We have a family of cats across the street in the vineyard. Never see them much.
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    :lol: good ones Dave
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    I think big double dogs help too. Gives you a proper axis for gunning.
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    120.00 severence pay. Next!
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    Like Burnam, I get weird about stuff being off level. My years in construction did that to me. Level and plumb. Every once in a while, my back cut will go high low to apex, but mostly when tired. Just ain't holding my mouth right for the weariness. Just keep practicing and correcting. More experience equals better cutting.
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    And hear I thought it was ten piggys, a beaver, couple calves and a fish no one could find. But whadda I know any way..... :dontknow: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article234029182.html
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    Bubble level works best on the pull start cover in line with the gunning sights.
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    :lol:
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    Just let me know and I'll pm you the number.
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    Just for reference. I got the Rockman helmets for my ground guys. Works fine with or with out the chin strap. Reasonably priced system. Comfy and light. https://www.treestuff.com/store/catalog.asp?item=1542
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    I do it involuntarily in real life. So it fits. Persepective.
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    I miss the eyeroll....
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