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The industry provides jobs in many Canadian communities from coast to coast, and often the sawmill is the only company in many of those towns, MacNaughton said.
A portable sawmill operated by Tony Petro and Dave Cvelbar reminded urbanites that flat boards originally come from round trees.
Another worthy stroll leads to the once-functional ice house and sawmill, rock caves, grotto and aviary, where peacocks strut proudly while chickens scurry.
The Lebanon Democrat reports that the couple started their journey of biscuits and sawmill gravy about 40 years ago when Ray drove across the country as a delivery man for Coachman recreational vehicles.
In August 1866, A.H. Robie’s sawmill was totally destroyed by fire.
Born in Clatskanie, Oregon, to a sawmill worker and a waitress, Carver grew up in Yakima, got married at 19, and joined his father in the mill.
Old Sturbridge Village's tinners, blacksmiths and shoemakers will be at work, the gristmill and sawmill will be running and all dads get in free at on Sunday, June 18.
More Jewels to come Alta Harris Community Park, Eckert Road northeast of Barber Park Alta and Dallas Harris moved to Idaho in 1939 from Oklahoma and opened a sawmill near Idaho City.
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Definition of sawmill for English Language Learners
: a mill or factory where logs are sawed to make boards
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