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Forest works from 2011 spring by Astalo Forest works from 2011 spring by Astalo
Lol.. This is the main reason why i don't have posted any new metal works in there after last year. :roll:

There was two big storms in last summer and hundreds of trees fell of in my forests and i had to call big machines from local logging company for making that contract.
Company handled only some bigger fell zones, where they take about 355 cubic meters of timber in last fall, but there was also quite many single damaged trees all over the forests, so i had to start cleaning those spaces with my 75 years old father after last December.

That huge project is now almost finished and there you can see all the results. (Three pulpwood piles for paper mill, 115-120 bigger pine/spruce logs for saw mill and also a nice amount of firewood for our own use.)
We have also 30 fallen birch trees and about 10 tractor loads of other firewood trunks waiting in the forest, but just now there has not enough space for all of them in our woodshed..
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punkroc Featured By Owner May 29, 2011
I envy you, to just work like that
Astalo Featured By Owner May 30, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
I like metal works much more, because lifting and moving big weights is not always very good for my health. (I had to take over two week pause from forest works in few moths ago, because my lower back become quite sore in that time..)
punkroc Featured By Owner May 30, 2011
I know, I know - but I mean your job: forest and metal works. I'd prefer your job than this study shit I do. Seriously, man.
Don't you need a foreign helper?
Astalo Featured By Owner May 31, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
No need for extra help, because my twin brother who lives in nearby town can always come here if we need third pair of hands. :)
punkroc Featured By Owner May 31, 2011
Yeah, I know... But I'd love to have my life/job as you do. Maybe some day ;]
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