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Marjorie Standing By A Pile of Cut Trees242 viewsWe are proceeding with our Woodland Grant Scheme for Lord's Wood. Here are a small portion of the logs cut down in the woodland, awaiting pick-up by the sawmill. Apparenty the logs are used to make the corrugation inside a piece of cardboard. Marjorie looks small next to the pile of logs.
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The Wooden Seat - Lord's Wood267 viewsWe went to look at the woodland yesterday (27 Oct 05) and were pleasantly surprised to find that the woodsmen had cut a seat from one of the stumps. Here's the seat, and Marjorie having a rest.
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Marjorie Standing by a Large Stump203 viewsLord's Wood 27 Oct 05
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The Road into Lord's Wood242 viewsThe cut trees are consolidated in what I call the "parking area," and then dragged out into the area where they are picked up by the truck from the sawmill.
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Tractor Load of Logs222 viewsFrom Lord's Wood, to be picked up by the sawmill.
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Cut Trees in Lord's Wood209 views
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Birchfields 1193 viewsShowing the trees --- now more of a forest --- that we planted in circa 1992.
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Lord's Wood229 viewsAn aerial view from Kings End Road showing the trees of Lord's Wood in the distance, beneath the blue sky.
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Unloading More Leylandii onto the "Wall of Fire"255 views
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Colin Thomas and Silas Getting Ready to Photograph228 viewsColin Thomas was looking for someone who could build a large bonfire for a photo shoot. His timing was perfect: it's the time of year when most people cut the leylandii hedges and other trees. Colin and his assistant Silas etting up in the field next to the entrance to Lord's Wood.
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The Bonfire at Lord's Wood156 views
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Ben and Jed Building the Bonfire at Lord's Wood159 viewsThe mission was to build a bonfire whose flames would leap up the top. This became known as the "Wall of Fire Project." We used leylandii cuttings, both from the front garden at Whitecroft and from other tree surgeons working in the area. Ben and Jed are unloading the last bit of cuttings from the trailer.
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