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Old 04-05-2009, 07:11 PM
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Carolina Style logging

Found a nice size logging job going on, broke through the locked gate and closed my eyes for the 3 keep out signs... that's how I roll.

So lots of neat equipment and some huge size logs.









Now thats a wood chipper!









So i had to walk dang near a 1/2 mile in shorts and flip flops in a logging disaster because I saw this beauty in the distance, so say thanks LOL












Some good size logs!











old but still getting the job done











Thanks for looking, hope you had as much fun as I did lol
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Old 04-05-2009, 07:49 PM
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wow it sure differs from how we log!
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Old 04-05-2009, 08:17 PM
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I sure would have fired up one of those 320 Cat's and pounded the T300 Bobcat into submission, that's all, then just leave while giggling.
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Old 04-05-2009, 08:23 PM
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I sure would have fired up one of those 320 Cat's and pounded the T300 Bobcat into submission, that's all, then just leave while giggling.
nah it would have been more fun to grab it with a skidder, take it for a couple mile drag through some brush.... well it would have made a good youtube video LOL
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Dam, thats even bigger than how we log..

I bet they didnt fall that big timber with that Tigercat. I know a logger thats fell logs not that big and about laid one of those over in a swamp up the road from my house..

And all you needed was a dozer skidder and yarder and you woulda had all the equipment the guys in Ax men use..
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Never seen a six wheel grapple skidder before, that's serious. I like the site trucks.
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Old 04-05-2009, 08:57 PM
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Never seen a six wheel grapple skidder before, that's serious. I like the site trucks.

Heck they still drive them down the road
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Heck they still drive them down the road
Dam straight! We dont know a thing about DOT!
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Old 04-05-2009, 09:22 PM
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junior, your right some of the bigger wood was felled, you can see the top half of the notch. some good looking equipment though, i like the cat skidder very nice thanks for takin the risk for the pics!!
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junior, your right some of the bigger wood was felled, you can see the top half of the notch. some good looking equipment though, i like the cat skidder very nice thanks for takin the risk for the pics!!
thanks, here's another pic of some logs
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