THE LOGS
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The first of three.  A long trip from the snowy hills of New Hampshire.


The bobcat strains under the heavy load.


Dove tailed milled New England white pine will make up the walls of our home.


Up the grade and to the site.  It took another full day to move all the logs from the staging area, to the building site.


It took until dusk to finally unload the contents of 3 tractor trailor loads of logs.


Fifty nine hundred pounds of logs on a bobcat with a maximum capacity of six thousand. 


 

December 17th dawned cold and clear as three tractor trailer loads of milled New Hampshire white pine made they're way up the Clement Armstrong road and through the gate to Billy Goat Hollow.

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