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Maybe if enough people request it they will start making it again. I want one too
 
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Adrien Lapointe wrote:Maybe if enough people request it they will start making it again. I want one too


Yes I agree. But all I was told is that it's not being made anymore. Can you tell us a little more than just that?
 
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The story I heard is that they started making that sawmill as the economy was collapsing and it didn't sell enough so they discontinued it.

I saw it run two weeks ago and I really like how sturdy yet light it was and the electric motor is just a charm.
 
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A bit OT, but just had to post that Paul took us to Ekstrom's Stage Station for huckleberry pie last night.

It's a bit hard to read in the pic, but the needlepoint above Jesse's head says to "Eat til it ouches you!"

Nice people there and great food.
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Jesse with huckleberry pie
Jesse with huckleberry pie
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Paul with huckleberry pie
Paul with huckleberry pie
 
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Those are some wise words.

I really like huckleberry pie, I think I miss it.
 
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Ryan Barrett wrote:I really like huckleberry pie, I think I miss it.



We'll feed you some when you return, Ryan! (Notice that I said "when" not "if!" )
 
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Damn, Paul is tall. He'd probably make me look small.
 
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First real snow! Morning sun at base camp.
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The crew just before the workshops
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