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Pretty damn cool. Amazing the work they can do with the saw

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29 minutes ago, Rusty said:

Those guys got skills.  :up:  

and why aren't you doing this?  You can make shed antlers with your bare hands, which shows you are artistic, and you seem to know your way around a chainsaw...   Seems like a natural progression to me?

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1 hour ago, JHbowhunter said:

and why aren't you doing this?  You can make shed antlers with your bare hands, which shows you are artistic, and you seem to know your way around a chainsaw...   Seems like a natural progression to me?

Don't go putting ideas into my head, my wife will kill you.  :rofl:

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2 minutes ago, Rusty said:

Don't go putting ideas into my head, my wife will kill you.  :rofl:

Remember that monster pin oak you dropped by my woodpile?  The stump is still there and 4' high , you can come over and practice on that... Make an Indian totem, or carve a bear or a deer or something cool. 

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1 minute ago, JHbowhunter said:

Remember that monster pin oak you dropped by my woodpile?  The stump is still there and 4' high , you can come over and practice on that... Make an Indian totem, or carve a bear or a deer or something cool. 

I was thinking we first practice at Lou's house in May.  He's got some nice big trees in his yard.  I'm sure his wife wouldn't mind.  :rofl:

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