Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by caleath, Jan 6, 2011.
I love those mountain roads, lotsa curves.
You will love the Scott River Road, turns so tight you are looking over your shoulder to see the road ahead and narrow enough to make meeting another vehicle an event.
The SRR makes the Klamath River highway seem like freeway.
Those are great motorbike roads but I havn`t rode a bike in many years. My daughter wants me to go back at it as she rides a Kawai , not my choice in a bike but she loves it.
Looks like a nice place Randy...…..I googled Ft Jones and a bunch of pics came up on the page with other onfo...….one pic was from down the street looking back towards your porch across from the big brick building and bar/restaurant. Between that pic and yours could get a pretty good idea of the size of town. Excellent place it looks to be. Glad you're happy there! If I could not live near the ocean I would have to be in the mountains!
I'm buying locally sourced and milled pine to reside the old building, 15 boards was $100.
Board and batten?
Hard freeze warning. Sorry flowers that bloomed a month early.
Going down deep here over night, may see -19 before daylight.
I'd say some a dem Mhainahs is good an smart fholks
Nice tree pusher, Husqvarmit user,
A few years ago,
Hmm, one didn`t load on the previous post, oh well here it is,
All of the wood went to a disabled friend of mine to augment what we had already dropped off to him, takes 4-5 cords each year.
Fresh Kita cut wood .
These guys talk funny .
They do but good folks them.
I think one of those will be in the furnace tonight
I took two out of there earlier, standing dead dry. We have to get after them downed pine in the low spot, I cut a few downed spruce free from the root balls, still green but drying out.
Can I get an interpreter?
Ayup , furnace fodder
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