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This video shows you that it is possible to make usable lumber out of fallen trees. I am disgusted by the number of people that pull out a chainsaw and cut up old (huge) trees for firewood, when they could be turning fallen trees into usable lumber for building projects. Or, if you are the entrepreneurial type, then sell the lumber you make for lands sake.
14 Jan 2007
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Lumber Liquidators makes it easy to select the hardwood floor you have always wanted. Hardwood flooring from 89 cents and Bamboo flooring from $1.99. No One Else Has Hardwood Flooring for Less.
10 Apr 2007
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Lumber Liquidators makes it easy to install the hardwood floor you have always wanted. Hardwood flooring from 89 cents and Bamboo flooring from $1.99. No One Else Has Hardwood Flooring for Less.
10 Apr 2007
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Lumber Liquidators makes it easy to install the hardwood floor you have always wanted. Hardwood flooring from 89 cents and Bamboo flooring from $1.99. No One Else Has Hardwood Flooring for Less.
10 Apr 2007
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Lumber Liquidators makes it easy to install the hardwood floor you have always wanted. Hardwood flooring from 89 cents and Bamboo flooring from $1.99. No One Else Has Hardwood Flooring for Less.
10 Apr 2007
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Lumber Liquidators makes it easy to install the hardwood floor you have always wanted. Hardwood flooring from 89 cents and Bamboo flooring from $1.99. No One Else Has Hardwood Flooring for Less.
10 Apr 2007
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Lumber Liquidators makes it easy to install the hardwood floor you have always wanted. Hardwood flooring from 89 cents and Bamboo flooring from $1.99. No One Else Has Hardwood Flooring for Less.
10 Apr 2007
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Monty Python Lumber Jack
10 Apr 2007
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Hillcrest Lumber #10 (3 Truck Climax) built in 1928 by Climax Locomotive Works. In 1979 she was purchased by the Mount Rainier Scenic RR and was rebuilt as the first steam engine to operate for the MRSR. *******www.mrsr****/
2 Sep 2007
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The Renowned Lumber Baron Inn And Gardens Currently Operates As A Bed And Breakfast As Well As A Very Popular Events Center. The Inn Is A Superb Turreted Three-Story Queen Ann Victorian In The Popular Potter Highlands Historic District Of Northwest Denver, Just A Stone's Throw From Downtown. Offered for sale by: Jenny Apel & Corey Wadley Nostalgic Homes 303.433.7919/303.455.5535
10 Dec 2007
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China Wood-Plastic Composite, Wpc Plastic Lumber Manufacturer [Company] WPC are our main products. They are new materials recently applied by many companies all over the world progressively and widely. The WPC are made of PP/ PE/PVC resins and recycled wasted plastics and natural fibers, including sawdust and scrap wood, rice hulls, coconut husks, cornhusks. Our products, as outdoor building materials and landscape products, have been sold to many cities of China and been exported to Britain, America, Canada, Hong Kong and Taiwan. [Source] *******www.made-in-china****/showroom/jufengnj
21 Jul 2008
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Redwood Saga examines the history of the logging industry as it pertains to the beautiful California redwood forest. The film includes breathtaking footage of these lush landscapes in the 1940s, where trees spanned upwards 350 feet in the air. But this is not a nature appreciation film, because the next thing seen after the beautiful redwood forest footage is the measuring and preproduction process used to transform the beautiful trees into wood products! Axe wielding workers take pride in scaffolding the giant trees and cutting them down. The many steps of the lumber production process are documented, from chopping to moving to manufacturing the end product: specialty wood products like furniture for American homes. Included is tons of interesting information about the logging industry: images of forestry equipment and forestry supplies, such as booms, donkey engines, and flatcars are filmed, and the millponds where the lumber is stored is shown in great detail. As the narrator says, “The Redwood trees of California are probably the oldest living trees,” making this film a valuable historical documentation of logging in the redwood forest, an industry now clouded with environmental concern.
14 Sep 2010
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