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Jere39

Jere39

Outdoorsman and Pup
Joined
Mar 16, 2011
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PA
Your Tacoma is not squatting too much under that load. Looking good.

Here in PA, we only have about a foot of snow on the ground, but the temps are being reported by the weather guessers on TV as 21 degrees below average. So our snow cover is still soft and fluffy, just rooster tails under the tires of the ATV and builds up under trailer and skid plates. So, for my micro operation here I ran my snow plow around and skimmed a couple inches of the fluff off my trails:



Then dug deep into the dregs of my wood piles and moved small cart loads to the driveway for pickup loads by chilly customers begging for another load.



I'd really prefer not to offer the wood I am cutting now which isn't seasoned as well as it should be.

No complaints though, this is great weather to be working in the woods!
 
John Timm

John Timm

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49
Location
Mora
Your Tacoma is not squatting too much under that load. Looking good.

Here in PA, we only have about a foot of snow on the ground, but the temps are being reported by the weather guessers on TV as 21 degrees below average. So our snow cover is still soft and fluffy, just rooster tails under the tires of the ATV and builds up under trailer and skid plates. So, for my micro operation here I ran my snow plow around and skimmed a couple inches of the fluff off my trails:



Then dug deep into the dregs of my wood piles and moved small cart loads to the driveway for pickup loads by chilly customers begging for another load.



I'd really prefer not to offer the wood I am cutting now which isn't seasoned as well as it should be.

No complaints though, this is great weather to be working in the woods![/QUOTE
 
Jere39

Jere39

Outdoorsman and Pup
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887
Location
PA
No fancy drone, nor gimbal assist follower - just a stick I found in the woods with my GoPro strapped to it, and I move it along with me to catch the full trail pull:


The sunshine is already making the little hill alongside my range backstop (at about 1:00) slippery, but I played with it a little and got some traction to get up and around.

I'll take a break from posting for a while, let other folks share their haulers. Thanks
 
motolife313

motolife313

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Portland OR
Got some more cherry today. I made one cut before taking the pic. Got it down without damaging anything. Kota seemed to like the bark. Hopefully won’t hurt him. I Heard cherry is bad for cows or horses. Not totally bottomed out. About 1” away before me getting in it. I wanna build a flat bed and put airbags on it. 66C4B0AD-2E43-492D-87E6-3014D3899E5B.jpeg 6A2A0AD7-F5A2-406C-BB4D-E7EDD292681E.jpeg Tiny bit of rot but not bad at all. It’s some nice dense cherry that actually grew cherry's 5F848ED1-3173-4908-BB99-E41599D31A30.jpeg 109378C2-80B8-4778-9575-0317B5A5DF50.jpeg 21FF0637-3326-4CE8-BE6B-E3737E17D677.jpeg
 
lefturnfreek

lefturnfreek

Sharpen the chain, chuck chips ...repeat...
Joined
Feb 26, 2011
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Gilbert Plains, Mb, Canada
No fancy drone, nor gimbal assist follower - just a stick I found in the woods with my GoPro strapped to it, and I move it along with me to catch the full trail pull:
The sunshine is already making the little hill alongside my range backstop (at about 1:00) slippery, but I played with it a little and got some traction to get up and around.

I'll take a break from posting for a while, let other folks share their haulers. Thanks
Low tech some days... still gets the job done!! Don't worry bout posting too much around here as it's always nice to see others loads cause it keeps the thread rolling.

Got some more cherry today. I made one cut before taking the pic. Got it down without damaging anything. Kota seemed to like the bark. Hopefully won’t hurt him. I Heard cherry is bad for cows or horses. Not totally bottomed out. About 1” away before me getting in it. I wanna build a flat bed and put airbags on it. View attachment 721569 View attachment 721577 Tiny bit of rot but not bad at all. It’s some nice dense cherry that actually grew cherry's View attachment 721581 View attachment 721584 View attachment 721589
Well that was well planed drop for such and ugly spot, call it a win either way!!

Keep on ... Runnin' Loads!!
 
rwoods

rwoods

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Tennessee
Got some more cherry today. I made one cut before taking the pic. Got it down without damaging anything. Kota seemed to like the bark. Hopefully won’t hurt him. I Heard cherry is bad for cows or horses. Not totally bottomed out. About 1” away before me getting in it. I wanna build a flat bed and put airbags on it. View attachment 721569 View attachment 721577 Tiny bit of rot but not bad at all. It’s some nice dense cherry that actually grew cherry's View attachment 721581 View attachment 721584 View attachment 721589
Cherry leaves, bark, twigs and pits contain cyanide. Not good for that beautiful pup of yours. Ron
 
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