I milled some of the smaller sugar maple limbs for live edge slabs. The limbs had a curve to them, so I cut them live edge to get the most I could from the limbs. The limbs were about 9-10 inches wide.
Today I set about to slab the remaining trunk portion of this big ol’ sugar maple tree. This is not the stump. The trunk at the stump is well, still on the stump. It was cut this high off of the ground to safely fell the tree.
What you see here is the before and after of a job we completed in less than 2 days this week. Click on any image to view full size.
Great day for a walk, right after lunch we took a little hike. They near the end, she took a little fall. I did go to her rescue but … only AFTER first capturing it on camera. 🙂
Cleaning up a 8ft pine that features blue staining (blue denim) and a lot of character along the perimeter of the log. Bugs be doing what bugs do when a log is on the ground for a couple months.
What to do…what to do? This is not a large timber, its actually a branch from a bigger pine tree that was felled earlier this year. Its next up on the sawmill for cutting, just have not yet decided what to do.
We were out this morning taking pictures for our Christmas card. As a child, one of the first things we learn is to count to ten. CLEARLY, I missed that class. 🙂
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I’ve been thinning the trees in front of our house this summer. I’ve taken quite a few photos of the area over time. This morning we were out taking photos for our Christmas cards and the light coming down through just caught our attention. Continue reading November 11 2016
A crips cool morning at -4º C as the foggy makes its way down the interval across the lake. At the same time, a low ceiling of clouds hangs overhead, allowing just a slice of the landscape to show through.
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A cool crisp Sunday morning, about 1ºC. A good time to get some logs that were felled earlier in the summer.
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