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Old 04-28-2014, 07:19 AM   #3
cityboy
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Originally Posted by Limekiln View Post
That's pretty common when they use a harvester. The limbs have to go somewhere and by laying them in the road they add some protection to the road. The limbs also break down quicker after being run over by the machine.
They must not have broken them down enough. The road is littered in spots with interlacing branches and if you're not careful you go down 2 feet. I thought maybe since they sold their holdings shortly after that they were trying to cut costs. And it has been 7 years and its still there.

From what I understand Finch still has lumbering rights for 20 years.

I also wonder if its a fire hazard now.

Last edited by cityboy; 04-28-2014 at 07:22 AM.. Reason: Added Fire hazard
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