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post #81 of 84 (permalink) Old 02-17-2017, 10:47 AM
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You can use the scar as a reminder. As a fellow logger, I'm sure you have a collection of other scars it will join company with anyway.
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Herb I'm glad it is healing so well. Make sure you wax the top on you saw, it makes a big difference and also helps protect the top from the elements.

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You can use the scar as a reminder. As a fellow logger, I'm sure you have a collection of other scars it will join company with anyway.
I have a collection of scars,but all my fingers , so far, so one more doesn't bother me, just glad that it healed and no infections. now back to the shop.
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Herb I'm glad it is healing so well. Make sure you wax the top on you saw, it makes a big difference and also helps protect the top from the elements.
Never done that before, will try it see if it makes a difference.
Where I am set up now elements aren't a concern, but if it helps feed the material better, I am all for doing it.
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