He (She) who has the most wood when he (she) dies, wins...
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Scrounging and salvaging and foraging and saving and re-using and hunting for and pilfering and rescuing bits from firewood piles... and squirrelling it away...
Greta de Parry.

reason i love what i do : i get to skip the gym after work.

cedar Mill, Seattle, 1919.

Cedar Mill, Seattle 1919 “The Seattle Cedar mill, located just west of the Ballard Bridge, was the largest in Ballard. At the mill, logs were cut into lumber which was then dried for at least nine months before being sold. The stacks of drying lumber


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ALFRED EISENSTAEDT - Seattle Cedar Lumber Manufacturing. 1939 #alfredeisenstaedt #filmphotography #blackandwhitephotography

Life magazine images: A man standing in the lumberyard of Seattle Cedar Lumber Manufacturing. Location: Seattle, WA, US Date taken: 1939 Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt

Indian village celebrates the birth of girls by planting trees - WTF facts

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