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Was looking through old photos today and found some from when my dad started selling wood 20+ years ago. The photos are after we got a splitter, before that he made stakes by hammering in wedges and selling the off cuts. Luckily I was too young for that work. :)

 

Found a few pictures of putting in tracks, our first 'processor', a forestry open day and our processor tractor when it used to leave the shed.

 

Anyone else got any interesting photos?

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Always nice to see old pictures, Those excavators possibly old komatsu machines and a Volvo 860 or 861 dump truck.

 

How much further did that load of hay travel with that bent trailer axle? !!!:thumbup:

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Always nice to see old pictures, Those excavators possibly old komatsu machines and a Volvo 860 or 861 dump truck.

 

How much further did that load of hay travel with that bent trailer axle? !!!:thumbup:

 

Haha, I didn't notice that. It must've been fixed because it's alright in the next pictures though.

 

20 years later and there's still 6 cracked patches in our yard where they left that volvo full and idling over dinner. :)

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