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post #1 of 3 Old 06-17-2014, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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It still RUNS...LOL!!!

I got to run the sawmill for a few hours....here's a few pics of the spalted pecan crotch logs on the mill. That finished all my pecan stash. I'll post the sawn logs in a separate thread.

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That pecan is pretty wood. I enjoyed the thread with the sawn wood, as well. Looks like your mill is getting a real work-out!

Nothin' to it. All a fella needs is a little brains and enough muscle to keep 'em off the ground. Norwood MX34 portable sawmill, Ford 8N Tractor, Husqvarna chain saws.
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