May Days in the Woods

Every so often, my friend Jim and I venture into his family’s forest to search for distressed trees that could be turned into lumber.

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Making Ramp Mounts for my Trailer

I wanted aluminum ramps so they’d be lightweight and I bought some vs making them myself because after building this trailer, I just wanted to

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  1. Hey Matt….started following you a few weeks ago on YouTube….AWESOME STUFF!! I am new to woodworking myself but am really intrigued by the thought of milling my own wood….i have recently purched a home with plenty of property and trees…i just am not sure if they are good for using…..mostly Pecan And i think maybe white oak….learning to identify them as well. FYI…I’m in southern Texas. Anyway, keep up the awesome work and look forward to more of your vids.

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