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Hadn't seen this one before. Love the little boat.
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WOW !! I love watching stuff like this, absolutely great. Thanks for sharing
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Very good Theo. I sent this to some of my friends.

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Measure once cut twice and it's still to short.
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Yup....my next boat...

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No wonder lumber is so expensive.

It seems I never finish what I
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I've never seen a set-up like it, quite amazing and I enjoyed every minute of the video, thanks for posting.

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Great video. Help to appreciate what happens before you go to the lumber yard. The lumber yard I go to has a few Wood Mizers, so I've watched them cut up and stack wood slabs for drying. They have a couple of kilns too.

That boat is great. The driver will probably come back as either cowboy or a sheep dog.
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Those are some spectacular chunks of lumber!

The more I do, the less I accomplish.
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OK, for you guys that missed this one, I think it is much more interesting. In fact, I have watched it several times.

There are at least two more videos on ths mill.
Steam planing mill, same mill.

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It's interesting anyway. Found it the usual way, lookng for something else. But in this case I actually recall what I was looking for - wooden boat building.

A distant uncle (he lived a long way away) had a somewhat similar mill, powered by a inline 6 Chevrolet engine. His had a metal roof over the top tho.


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