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What can be said of this mystery we're in? I have only one answer to give,
If Jesus didn't die to be the Savior of my soul, truly, I do not want to live.
For what would living be without a meaning and a hope?
Precious little more than just some cruel cosmic joke.
It's like being all dressed up and there was never even anywhere to go...
I recently used an old car hood (I think it was off a chevy nova) we welded a small chunk of chain to the front and a short chunk on the under side of the hood with 2 hooks.
We flipped the hood over so the flat side was down, used a PV to roll the log onto the hood and chained it down. Then hooked it to the hitch on the ATV and drove off through the brush and mud to the bandsaw mill.
I have a log wizard debarker attachment for my chainsaw and use it to clean the mud, if any, from where the bandsaw mill blade went through the log and would cut it into lumber.
Cheap trailer and works even better in the winter with a snow machine and there is not mud then but it is pretty cold.
I don't have any kind of log skidder or arch and used a chain to drag several trees at once behind my truck, down the road and back to my campsite. I don't remember how many miles it was but I actually wore down my log chain. [img]i/expressions/face-icon-small-blush.gif[/img] It was sand vs steel and the steel lost. I never did that again.