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deepwater
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longtime

Post by deepwater » Sat Jul 16, 2011 11:17 pm

sorry i haven't posted in awhile ,,wife got very sick and had surgery ,,she is lots better ,,the saw mill was broke and i had to get someone else and 3000 bf of 2x4 2x6 2x8 and I'm working on the wife's shed roof gable ends and walls ,,the bees are realy happy and the raspberries are doing great and black berries are so full ,,i have never seen them this full,,Sam caught and killed a large mole and we saw a very young fawn on our walk a week ago,,Sam thought it was another dog,,just strange,,and I'm still working sometimes a 6 day week,, how is everyone else doing
Through my eyes you still see,,through my lungs you still breath,,in my heart you will live forever

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James Parton
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Re: longtime

Post by James Parton » Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:47 am

Deepwater,

I am glad to see you post on ENTS again. I am glad your wife is doing so much better. I remember you posting on her condition on the OBOD forum a little while back.

My dad just sold his sawmill. This should mean more fishing for the both of us!

I love them raspberries!


Huathe ( Hawthorn Ent ).
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deepwater
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Re: longtime

Post by deepwater » Thu Jul 21, 2011 8:18 am

hey James,,Well the shed is mostly up 12x16 6' walls and a nice pitch,,The 4x8 sheets of OSB are lots heavier than I remember but all but 1 outside wall is up and shingles are next,,My brushy lot/woods is starting to fill in nicely and in another year or maybe 2 ill start to selectivity thin out some twigs,,Hundreds of the small white-pine are now over 7' tall as are the dozens of Balsoms and lots of the oaks and maples are 3 and 4' tall and my bees have been awesome so far for their first year
Through my eyes you still see,,through my lungs you still breath,,in my heart you will live forever

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James Parton
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Re: longtime

Post by James Parton » Fri Jul 22, 2011 11:38 pm

Deepwater,

There are some really good folks here, Like Gaines McMartin, who can probably give you some really good advice on managing your woodlands. Especially those White pines.

Again, don't be a stranger!

James
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