Addicted to ArboristSiteAS Supporting Member
- Nov 2, 2009
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When you asked my Dad how much wood was on a job, he would say, " Just a little Jag". A jag was quite relative, usually meant a small load. But sometimes, it meant multiple big trees coming down in the rear yard, that had to be wheeled out, with no damage to the lawn. Dad passed in 2004 and I still miss him, especially when firewood season starts. Well this is a little load. Two dead trees on my friends farm. One White Oak and One cherry, both with all the bark gone. Man, nothing smells like dry White Oak, or dry Cherry for that matter. Wish they made after shave in Cherry, Joe.