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Sawing logs

Logs washed up on the banks of the Columbia River were sectioned off for firewood by several industrious Trail residents who meant business and had a flat deck trailer on hand to extract as much of the wood as they could. - Timothy Schafer
Logs washed up on the banks of the Columbia River were sectioned off for firewood by several industrious Trail residents who meant business and had a flat deck trailer on hand to extract as much of the wood as they could.
— image credit: Timothy Schafer
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