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Author Topic: Looking for Sawyers in Northern Virginia  (Read 445 times)

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Offline DR_Buck

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Looking for Sawyers in Northern Virginia
« on: November 17, 2016, 06:43:30 AM »
I am once again getting 3 to 5 calls a week for custom onsite milling that I can't take on because of other commitments.     8)     I am trying to locate other sawyers that I can and will take on these customers.    In the past I have used Wayne (Woodhelvin) and Carl (Sawmill Buddy) and I still refer  both of them.  But, I am looking to spread the work around if others are willing and want to take it on.   So,  if you are in Northern Virginia and are portable, let me know.   PM me you contact info (name, phone, email, location) and I will keep it on file.
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Re: Looking for Sawyers in Northern Virginia
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2016, 07:16:22 AM »
Nothing to do with your request Dr. Buck, but we bought some wide oak lumber from the Goose Creek mill near Leesburg, VA and that was when I decided I wanted a mill.

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