Originally Posted by Stoner4Life
I've got logs, western white cedar, they're beautiful except for their being dead, milled smooth, shellacked and then stacked like utility poles, even I hate us every once in awhile.......
When I worked briefly for the U.S. Forest Circus in S.E. Alaska in the later 70s, in the Islands, and we were in a bog area where we needed to access specific trees we were felling, we had mini-mills, and would drop yellow and red cedar, take slabs of 2"-3"+ thick, rough-cut planks, and lay them in the bog to walk on, to gain our access.
I wish I had 1/10th of what we laid on the ground and left there..