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Readying the winter’s wood

With one pull Mario Butt hauls his Jonsered chainsaw to life and sends a cloud of blue smoke into the air. He sizes up the pile of logs in front of him and shifts them around so he’s able to cut freely without the use of a wood horse. When everything looks right the sawdust begins to fly, the Forrester’s Point man is “getting the winter’s wood ready.”
With one pull Mario Butt hauls his Jonsered chainsaw to life and sends a cloud of blue smoke into the air. He sizes up the pile of logs in front of him and shifts them around so he’s able to cut freely without the use of a wood horse. When everything looks right the sawdust begins to fly, the Forrester’s Point man is “getting the winter’s wood ready.”

With one pull Mario Butt hauls his Jonsered chainsaw to life and sends a cloud of blue smoke into the air. He sizes up the pile of logs in front of him and shifts them around so he’s able to cut freely without the use of a wood horse.

When everything looks right the sawdust begins to fly, the Forrester’s Point man is “getting the winter’s wood ready.”
According to Butt, he usually goes through two dump truck loads of wood each winter, the equivalent of 12-13 cords of wood.

When everything looks right the sawdust begins to fly, the Forrester’s Point man is “getting the winter’s wood ready.”
According to Butt, he usually goes through two dump truck loads of wood each winter, the equivalent of 12-13 cords of wood.

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