Interesting. I have a Mall 6 and a Titan E that need chains. 3/4 by 074.Bruce knows far more about the park than I do. Don't know if there's any OG left. There are OG stumps. Currently, it's mostly Oaks, Madrones, Doug Firs, with a mix of others. We cut up a good sized root pulled maple there a couple months ago.
I have a length of Disston 3/4" pitch chisel chain that was found in the park long ago. It's quite rusty. Going to carefully clean it. Looks like it was sharp, with lots of life left in it when it was discarded. Matches this Acres listing. Would be FANTASTIC if someone can bring a running DA211A to demonstrate (and be filmed) in the park.
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Have you heard from Tyler? I've been trying to find out how he is doing. I gather the flames made it to the park but the major structures were protected. I doubt the yurts fared so well if the fire made it to their "neighborhood."Bumping this thread because it's that time of year again -- it's a different kind of GTG this time because of hazards created by the fire that just rolled through, and COVID precautions. PM me for info, I'll get you steered in the right direction. Rest assured we're gonna be doing some interesting cutting.
Sounds like you made it through safe and sound - I certainly hope so. What are the conditions at the park? I heard the buildings were saved but don't know it for a fact and haven't heard anything about the rest of the park. What about the Grist Mill? Give a shout if you want an extra pair of hands at any point. It's the rare day that I can't pop up there.Ok cool! I’m back on AS! It’s been awhile.