Not all wood comes from the hardware store or sawmill, some wood comes from your front lawn. New Chainsaw. We are freeing the caught-up 80 foot white oak inclined tree that came down in a storm. We are endeavoring to bring it to the grou...
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Location: Rock Run Creek, Maryland
Amature Arborist interested in Bushcraft, timbercraft and forresting. I have an Granberg Alaskan Mk III Chainsaw mill and I slab boards. I am interested in mortis and tennon work and rustic craftmanship.
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So I am going to be setting up a site for rustic woodworking. But I do want some primitive amenities. I will have some electrical, but I will not be using purchased wood. I will either salvage it, or make it. I plan on doing allot of chainsaw w...