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Sunday, May 11, 2008

An Elm Log.

A large Elm logHere is a large lump of Elm that been sitting in my garden for longer than I care to remember. One of my excellent plans that went on the back burner I'm afraid. At one time it was part of a sculpture, the keen eyed among you will see a long band saw protruding and lying along the ground. At one time the log was vertical with the band saw in a spiral through and around the log. There were also a couple of large circular saw blades sticking out of it. An artist needed it shifted when he moved away and I thought I'd give it a home. It must weigh at least a ton and I badly broke a trailer getting it into the garden. The yellow cigar case is for scale. I need to get this thing shifted as I have been informed that massive rusting saw blades are not good playthings for young children. I would say (well to myself anyway), what's the point of a tetanus injection if you are not going to use it?

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