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Author Topic: Anyone in the Pagosa Springs/Durango, Bayfield area with a mobile mill?  (Read 885 times)

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Offline 2StateTrigger

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I'm considering moving back to the great Southwest region (what I used to call home) and curious to know if anyone in the area has a trailered mill to possibly do some sawyering of trees that I'm planning to build a home with.  I'm looking at 50 acre lot that has never been cleaned up, so it is heavily overgrown.

Please reply to my at if you can provide some sawing services.

Thank you.
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Re: Anyone in the Pagosa Springs/Durango, Bayfield area with a mobile mill?
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2015, 08:57:00 PM »
No help, but Welcome to the Forestry Forum, 2StateTrigger.  Back in the early 80's I hunted the Navajo Peak area East of Chromo.  Much has changed since then.

We still occasionally travel through that area.
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