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Cutting wood in the snow and rain

We had a sawmill job at a local farm today.
This log pictured ended up being too wide at the end for the mill to pass by! If it weren’t for the rain I would have taken pictures of its extraction. We had to push the head of the mill back a foot, and then use a chain saw to wack off part of the log.
Managed to cut a lot of wood despite the weather. We still have 5 more logs to go, so we will go back there later and trade them for hay.

A log on the mill
This farmer owns hundreds of acres high in the hills. Here is a view, not far from where we cut. You can see the town of Candor nestled in the fog. view

View from Hoot’s

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