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2011 Woodlot

Out enjoying the rare nice days this summer


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 OK...question for you guys... Why are there usually two odd cuts in all the stumps around here?? You can see them in the stump on the left at 1:49...

We dont have trees big enough to carve anything in to where I'm from, so excuse my ignorance!
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 I think they are for springboards. Loggers cut a springboard notch into which they insert the springboard, which is then used as a platform, allowing the logger to stand above obstructions/snow or to cut higher-up where the trunk is narrower.
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 OOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHH! Yeah, I saw a show on em once! Man, so much stuff i cant wait to learn! As of yesterday morning I'm officially a resident of the PNW!
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 That was a very insightful picture. I too as a born and raised California beach bum had no idea. Great action packed video man! I look forward to your videos and pictures. We dream of trails like this here in Japan. I have built a lot over the last 5years but the continues flow of drop after drop into gap after gap and flowing berms is amazing! Awesome, you guys rock! RidEOn!
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 Good stuff, that new line looks like a lot of fun, I'll have to check it out next time I'm up there.
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 Thanks. New line is a fun, flowy rip and a good warm up
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 Nice video. I definitely had to hit those trails.
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 My boxer isn't smart enough to carry a stick...but he sure is happy!
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 great vid how is the new stuff on caution it looks alot of fun
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 lots of fun, nice and flowy, nothing big so it is also a good warm up on your way up the hill
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 nice video

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