Vintage logging – Logging
Each Saturday morning I review 10 vintage logging, forestry and saw milling photos. This week’s review of vintage photos takes a look at logging scenes in general.
Vintage logging – Women
Each Saturday morning I review 10 vintage logging, forestry and saw milling photos. This week’s review of vintage logging is about the women who played their important role in the logging industry.
Vintage logging – Winter
Each Saturday morning I review 10 vintage logging, forestry and saw milling photos. This week’s review of vintage logging is about winter time logging. With the recent hot days, looking at these pictures may offer a cool respite from the heat.
Winter has arrived.
Well we officially joined the rest of Canada yesterday with our first snowfall of the season. Not bad considering it’s the middle of January.
A typical winter here at our end of Nova Scotia consists of cold temperatures, enough to freeze the ground, then rain, then a dusting of snow, and back to cold temps. Every once in a while a storm gets thrown in the mix. That’s about where we stand now. The ground is frozen and then it rained.
“Let’s go for a walk!” Yes, it always starts out as a good idea.
Its not just the animals that have to deal with the concern of winter weight.
Rolling in the deep… snow
Well, we were snowshoeing. And good thing, there’s at least 3-4 ft of snowfall on this old road through the property.
Footprints in the snow
On a walk today in the woods and there are plenty of rabbit tracks and such. A few small critters too, like mice. I am not sure what critter these footprints belong too. I know there is an ermine on the property so maybe that’s what it is.
Leave it to beaver
This beaver probably cut down the tree some time this summer. It probably didn’t fell in the spot the beaver wanted, otherwise the tree would not be there now.