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    Here you go Squisher, nothing says spring like a flower, about a month early.

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    Man oh man. Will a early/dry spring like this make for a hard/drought summer in your area? Or to early to tell?

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    More hella pics!

    What do you mean trail work, and for whom? Thanks!
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    It all depends on the amount of rain we get later on. It’s still early and we could get a lot more snow in the high country still.

    Forest service trails Cory. Cutting fallen trees, digging out slides, cutting brush back removing rocks that are in the trail. All volunteer because the forest service doesn’t have the money to keep up. Most of their budget goes toward wildfire anymore.
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    Putting your strength, stamina and skill to good use. Good work...thanks for the pictures, too.
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    Good stuff, Buddy.
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    What's the story with the axe? Make? Part of me says it's not a currently produced one.

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    Here's the axe story. No I don't believe they have been manufactured for several years now.

    http://www.yesteryearstools.com/Yest...%20Co.%20.html

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    True Temper was a common axe around these parts when I was younger. Rare today.

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    Beautiful axe that thing look brand new! I have a Kelly Hand Made double bit I got at an estate sale the steel is nice and hard.

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