Longhorn Cross Calves , 8 months old.
You bet. I am on slow go right now; military school and work are keeping me from getting it together. I have some burning to do before I build the pole barn to put the sawmill under.
Gets the heads turning when its going down road with a log on
Yes home made, by a guy who used to rip big logs in half. I only wanted his 090 so sold the set up with an 088 i had. Rails were 8m long and weighed a ton.
Excellent set of pics, brilliant detail and a fantastic project keep the pics coming ,, any chance of a video of the completed construction working ???
Great pic,, and quite a few board feet, hope it gets milled and not turned into fire wood
A wee bit of maintenance goes a long way and makes the job easier in the long run
Great logs for milling
A good days work, Did you work through your lunch break
SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE, IS IT HOMEMADE ??
solid !!! beats mine hands down
Cedars cut and now they have to be piled and burned. They are brown from being left to dry.
The white is the rim rock after the cedars were hand cut and burned. Husk 357xp held up great
Cutting back the cedar, inspection after last years burn
Yea got lit up pretty good just glad I was in the bucket that day. Honey was great right out of the hive
El Castor, great book and as must read for every chainsaw miller. I use his guide board system but use uni-strut rails instead; it works pretty good. I am hoping to mill some this weekend; Lord willing. Take care and I appreciate the post.
bet that hive made life fun in a hurry!
Great! you are in every detail with the work.I am very interested in this! now reading will mallofs book "chainsaw lumbermaking" and building my ms 660 mill.
Greeetings from Argentina
• Do not operate the saw when you
are tired. Fatigue is your enemy. Rest
helps you stay alert with a strong
sense of balance, footing, and saw grip.
See this link for detail:
Mr. Daniel Murphy has given back to the profession with his free videos. Thank you Sir. Your information has saved me from injury and helped me to accomplish many a task using the chainsaw.
Thank you Todo 10. More to follow as I build the sawmill. Have a blessed day!
Me doing what I love
I love this pic!
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