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In The Pines

A while ago we posted about some giant pines we had cut down on our property link. Well the other day we followed the wood to the Piney Mountain Sawmill.  58 more words

What is Going on at WunderWoods?

On a semi-regular basis I talk to someone who would have used me for their last project, but they didn’t because they didn’t know everything I do. 239 more words


Road trip further west! -- petroglyphs, pistachios and gypsum? (Part II)

Little hungry after connecting with thousands of years of history?  Let’s go get some pistachios.

Eagle Ranch Pistachio Groves is a great place to visit on the north side of Alamogordo.   633 more words

Barbie and Dan Lend a Hand Holding a Door Open

This past year I got some help in the shop and on installations from Dan, a friend of mine that entered the carpentry/woodworking field as a union framing carpenter.  768 more words


Is a job in a sawmill more stressful than yours?

Almost everyone believes that their job is about as stressful as it comes. Taxi drivers rush around frantically collecting passengers, sales people desperately push to sell their product to disinterested customers and journalists spend their time furiously writing article after article, to please their demanding editor! 261 more words


Sawmill in Quesnel closing after 55 years

The Canfor sawmill in Quesnel is closing its doors after 55 years in operation.

Officials say the closure is mainly due to a lack of lumber caused by the mountain pine beetle. 65 more words


Forestry Friday ... The Ride Along

Ralph was a state forester. He’s retired now, but he’s been a friend throughout my career. He gave me my first ride along.

When I met Ralph, I was a firefighter in the summer and attending community college.  503 more words

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