Saturday, August 20, 2011


   It seems that the older I get, the faster the seasons change. Here in the woods, the leaves on the popple trees have started to turn a dark green color, a sure sign of things to come. In the big timber camps, a few men have been hired to build roads into the stands of big pines. Later in the year they'll be iced with the water wagons.
   Other men will be fixing up the bunk houses and cook shack. It takes a pile of firewood to keep a camp this size warm so many cords of wood need to be cut.
   It won't be long now until the cutting begins and won't stop until spring breakup. Six days a week and a day off for the Sky Pilot.  
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