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Lying flat on the logs, keeping perfectly quiet, waiting till the minnows came close, we would make swift passes with our hands.
Here we spent many hours each day, catching fish and playing on the logs, and here, one day, we learned our first lessons in navigation.
The moon was so bright I could a counted the drift logs that went a-slipping along, black and still, hundreds of yards out from shore.
You’ve driven me to burn these logs, under which I’ve eaten and drunk—the first of Heaven’s gifts, and the other of the pure springs—for the half of a hundred years; and to mourn the ashes under my feet, as a man would weep and mourn for the children of his body.
The man groaned a good deal and said he had overworked himself by chopping the logs, but the Scarecrow gave him two more tablets than he had promised, which seemed to comfort the lazy fellow.
The Logging Service provides a centralised and scalable logging infrastructure without operational overhead, allowing customers to collect log data without local compute and storage limitations.
Timber markets are highly competitive, and any increase in the supply of burned logs from public lands likely would depress the market price of logs and trigger a reduction in logging on private lands.
Log files should be reliable and tamper-proof to avoid illegal insertion, deletion, and modification by unauthenticated parties.
The second goal of increasing lumber exports has also been reached, but this increase has been fairly limited and has not compensated in either volume or value for the dramatic reduction in log exports since 2007, according to WRQ (www.woodprices.com).
Log arches suspend the log in a frame supported by two axles.
The authors provide a way to simplify the complex process of analyzing large quantities of varied logs. The log management and log analysis approaches they recommend are addressed in detail.
Today, Handy is the editor, secretary, and treasurer for the Log Cabin Society of Michigan and the author of her own book about the subject: "From the Little Log Cabin in the Lane." This past August, she spoke with Michigan History Assistant Editor Izzi Bendall about her love of log buildings.