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Old 08-28-2006   #1
 
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advice on clearing wood

any good tips? i've got one log in mind here in idaho. it's a bit of a hike in and i don't have a chainsaw. static line, pulleys, webbing, etc..
it is at the end of the canyon so i'm not too worried about where it will go down stream. the log is in the landing for a 4'-5' ledge drop, wedged under rocks on one side and against the rock on the other.

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gabe

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Old 08-29-2006   #2
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I've had great luck with the larger style fold up saws, they'll work underwater & clear a pretty big log.

as far as the haul goes, you can't come up with some rope & a few biners?
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