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 · 8. Butter and egg man: A wealthy, unsophisticated, small-town businessman who tries to become a playboy, especially when visiting a large city. *. ….

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Logging Terminology

Hoot owl- A logging operation limited to the early morning hours when fire danger later in the day will require a cessation of operations. Horse Logging- Logging with large draft horses. Very specialized form of logging where the main advantage is low stand.

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Appendix:Glossary of lumberjack jargon

 · They are notoriously unstable and will roll you out flat like Wile E. Coyote but not nearly as funny. Conks: fruiting bodies of fungus in rotting wood. Corks: short, sharp spikes set in the soles of shoes. Crotch line: a device for loading logs onto railroad cars.

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Michigan Logging History

Michigan Logging History I am using these old photos and postcards to illustrate the saga of the Michigan Timber Industry. There are many more pictures to choose from but I hope these few will illustrate the hardships early settlers of Michigan endured.

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Blogging a Dead Horse: Last Words A Glossary of …

A platform on which a corpse or a coffin containing a corpse is placed prior to burial, or a coffin along with its stand. Coming via Old English from similar words (e.g. beere) having the sense of "to carry," witness such words as "bear," as in to bear children, or "barrow," as in wheel barrow. black glass.

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Understanding Forestry Terms: A Glossary for Private …

 · SLASH — (a) Tree tops, branches, bark, or other residue left on the ground after logging or other forestry operations. (b) Tree debris left after a natural catastrophe. SLASHING — (a) A harvesting function of cutting felled trees into shorter lengths; also known as bucking.

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Rural Heritage

bullwhacker— The ox teamster in an old-time logging camp. calked boots— Boots with sharp spikes added to improve traction. cant hook— A tool lacking a point that is used to roll logs. choker— Chain or cable going around a log to be skidded.

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From stump to ship: A logging film

 · From stump to ship: A logging film. Watch later. Share. Copy link. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. You're signed out.

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Loggers and Their Lore: Logging is Hard Work

 · the days before security gear and safety regulations logging was a lot different. As one logger said,"There's lots of hard work and i.

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Deforestation

RELATED TERMS Biodiversity hotspot Forest Logging Old growth forest Tundra Forestry advertisement Earth & Climate News April 22, More Than 5,000 Tons of Extraterrestrial Dust Fall to Earth.

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Logging

In forestry, the term logging is sometimes used narrowly to describe the logistics of moving wood from the stump to somewhere outside the forest, usually a sawmill or a lumber yard. In common usage, however, the term may cover a range of forestry or silviculture activities.

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What is a Log?

 · Log or logging is also shorthand to describe someone signing off. In a game, a player may log because they've quit the game or lost connection. Bootlog, Event viewer, Game terms, HijackThis, Journal, Log File, Login, Proglog, Software terms.

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 · Foresters are always looking for new terms, or redefining old terms, to more clearly define "best practices" in order to harvest that which should not be harvested. Old-growth is a an-made classification. That is why the term old-growth is impossible to define. Actually.

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Logging Industry

Logging was done in the winter, when dirt roads could be turned into ice roads in order to carry 20-ton sleighs to the river twice daily. The camps had two dozen horses that the lumberjacks harnessed to drag logs to landings and hoist them onto sleds.

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: Dictionary of Logging Terms

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 · Foresters are always looking for new terms, or redefining old terms, to more clearly define "best practices" in order to harvest that which should not be harvested. Old-growth is a an-made classification. That is why the term old-growth is impossible to define. Actually.

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Logging

Logging definition, the process, work, or business of cutting down trees and transporting the logs to sawmills. See more. DICTIONARY.COM THESAURUS.COM MEANINGS MEANINGS Emoji Slang Acronyms Pop Culture.

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Old Time Logging Terms needing

Definition of old logging terms of another piece of buyers may remove third party may not poshmark does not all different agendas, title and is high. Phrases you for these terms of clear of some systems which include copies of the recruitment of.

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Understanding Forestry Terms: A Glossary for Private …

 · SLASH — (a) Tree tops, branches, bark, or other residue left on the ground after logging or other forestry operations. (b) Tree debris left after a natural catastrophe. SLASHING — (a) A harvesting function of cutting felled trees into shorter lengths; also known as bucking.

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Lumberjack

Many of the old job specialties on logging crews are now obsolete. Chainsaws, harvesters, and feller bunchers are now used to cut or fell trees. The tree is turned into logs by removing the limbs (delimbing) and cutting it into logs of optimal length (bucking).

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Logging

In forestry, the term logging is sometimes used narrowly to describe the logistics of moving wood from the stump to somewhere outside the forest, usually a sawmill or a lumber yard. In common usage, however, the term may cover a range of forestry or silviculture activities.

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Logging Industry

Logging was done in the winter, when dirt roads could be turned into ice roads in order to carry 20-ton sleighs to the river twice daily. The camps had two dozen horses that the lumberjacks harnessed to drag logs to landings and hoist them onto sleds.

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Logging Terms

Ground lead system using animals or donkey pot - old logging method utilizing greased skids. Skinner Ox, horse or mule driver, later applied to driver. Skyline Yarding system where a tight line is run from a head spar to a back or tail spar, keeping the.

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