They had a breakdown on the harvester today, and expect to be down a couple of days. One of the crew will get the rest of the cut wood out tomorrow, and then go up the road a couple of miles to help at a different job (a place where I’ve shown some pictures in the past of me mowing logging roads with my Bush Hog. About 10-15 cord on the firewood pile so far. Sawlogs intermixed with firewood. It looks like he sorts some as he loads, and some as he unloads. This is along the property line, which is stone wall, but also flagged with orange tape. The Mrs and I do an evening inspection. We both wear hardhats- there are a few branches dangling here and there. Two nice Red Oak in the center of the picture, and a leaner on the left, being left to grow some more. I expect the two in the center are veneer quality.