Viva the forestry internet revolution! ---was: Death of Chat!
mhagen at mail.olympus.net
Mon Dec 8 12:00:36 EST 1997
Don Staples wrote:
> BOBNDWOODS wrote:
> > In article <348B1456.1E0D at forestmeister.com>, Joseph Zorzin
> > <redoak at forestmeister.com> writes:
> > >Well, when I was a kid I spent a lot of time hanging out in the woods
> > >with my neighborhood buddies; with our bow and arrows and BB guns;
> > >building tree forts and the like and I remember thinking that when I
> > >grew up this joy would have to end as then I have to spend the rest of
> > >my life sufficating in an office or factory like most people; toiling
> > >all day. Luckily that didn't happen as I became a forester. <G>
> > ditto
> > Bob Miller
> Which goes back to another question/statement I made. With the city
> kids coming in they are behind those old country boys that we were, I
> had wood skills by the time I was 10, working by 15, dead set on being
> in the logging/milling business by 18, burned out and in college by 19.
> My "professional" friends find it unbeleavable that I actually make a
> living doing what they have to pay big bucks for a couple of weeks a
> year. But then, my idea of a vacation is a well air conditioned hotel,
> with a good bar and restaraunt, and access to something I haven't seen
> Dang. You too? My family and I live on this mountain with a great view of Canada, strait, a big canyon, the Olympic foothills, etc. We can't vacation anywhere as good as where we are, however, since we get lots of urban refugee visitors, we can't go anywhere anyway!
I do require an occasional break in a Low Humidity area, though!
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