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OT Worlds largest portable chipper shredder

Posted by jbest123 Zone 5 PA (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 5, 08 at 14:14

There are times that you just have to timber. I posted the story with video in my journal. You will see what is supposed to be the worlds largest "portable" chipper at work. I wonder how long it would take EG to fill his compost bins with one.

John

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RE: OT Worlds largest portable chipper shredder

Wow, beats my mini chipper I have that chips 1.5 inch diameter branches at most.

Shame about all that wood. Never caught what they did with all that sawdust.


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Some went to Westhouser for flake-board but most went to Canada for paper products.

John

Here is a link that might be useful: Johns Journal


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That's a really big chipper, John!

EG


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i've got some tree's they can have!! don't like them very much!!
my brother Jared works for a saw mill. in oregon. thats where i'd love to end up moving. but then again, i'd miss my hubs, **onery grinn** Hee Hee
but really, where he is, its a zone 7 i believe, now how cool is that? right now, i'm a zone 5a, so that would be soooooo warm!! but i don't know about all the rain!! whats the weird thing, is its not nearly as humid as it is here!! how in the world is that possible??
oh well its just awesome!! **BIG SmiLE** ~Medo


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You'd love Oregon medo. It's like the shire in LOTR. Everyone has a garden. It's funny, if you get on an elevator and want to start a conversation, you just say, what are you growing this year in your garden, and six people all start talking at once. Everywhere except Portland, that is, but I understand Portland will be annexed by Washington state this year. Good riddance!


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Hehe, Carolyn. Though Portland is great, you can keep it.

In Seattle, I would say it's one in 20ish garden. But I think that's because it's a big city more than anything. I could really get used to everyone having a garden though.

When we did a ice breaker at the parent gathering at preschool, five of the 30 families gardened. Not bad huh?

Oh and John, that's great that the chips went to good use! Don't know why I didn't connect that that was YOU. Wow! Much more impressive now. hehe.


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sinfonian, I am working on another one. It is from my camping days and shows putting in feed plots for deer with less than desirable equipment. I had to decrypt a DVD I had made and do some serious editing. I would be too cyber embarrassed to show most of it, whatever the hell that means. ;o)

John

Here is a link that might be useful: Johns Journal


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Just saw it, very impressive! So the food was all for animals, that is just plain cool! Very nice of you guys. And all you get in return is one buck or so a year. Great idea to grow the herd!


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now how far are you from roseburgh?? that is where he lives. that's where i'd wanta be, LOL cuz hubs'd have to do all the driving, and ya know, i ain't about to start now. LOL
what's an el ev ator?? **grinn** man those things are unagreeable to my tummy!! ever since i had the girl! i used to have to go up in the elevator when i was pregnant with her, and it never failed, i got really sick, every single time!! LOL so now i get quizzy. hubs thinks its really funny! so to make him think every things just fine, i just hold the bar really tight, LOL crazy man!! LOL ~Medo


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