I realize this is supposed to be for Shop Tours, but I thought since this forum is new on the web, and the membership small right now, no one would be upset if I bent the rules a bit.
I know there are plenty of guys on here who own their own woodlots and harvest their own lumber, but for those of you that don't, I thought you might like to see what kind of work, effort and skills goes into turning a living growing tree into usable boards.
This virtual harvest was done about a year ago using a small Kubota Tractor, on a small woodlot here in Thorndike, Maine and ended up being a 2500 board foot harvest of Spruce logs. You will have to follow the links along the bottom of the page to navigate around, but hopefully some of you will enjoy this small diviation from a normal shop tour.
Thanks for your interest in my family's woodlot.