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“The logger’s classic, high-topped, steel-spiked boot. Gives him steady footing on a fallen log. Not usually worn socially.”

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“A logger, usually a chokerman. You’d better be smiling when you call a logger this name, or be a very good friend.”

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“A combination bunkhouse and cookhouse. Usually floating, but also sometimes on wheels.”

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“In water logging : A system whereby the outermost of several floating logs is held in place with a pike pole & the whole pod moved into the current by the jet boat.”

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“A group of river-trained people, mostly loggers … who follow the drive and clean up the banks of hung-up logs.”

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“A loose limb, hanging precariously … just waiting for some unlucky logger to pass under it to fall.”

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“Boss of the rigging crew. Inevitably, the name is shortened to ‘hooker’.”

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“Applied to a log,  it means rotten, rejected. Applied to a person, it means pretty much the same thing. A logger’s strong insult.”

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FLUMEHERDER

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+ AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION EQUIPMENT +

 

I’LL HELP KEEP THE LOGS OFF THE ROCKS SUPPORT & RESCUE CREW UNIFORM …

DURING THE EVENT, SHOW YOUR SUPPORT & LEND A HAND TO KEEP THE LOGS LOOKING MINT.

 

print me out sucka !

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“one who watches the flume lines carefully to make sure that the logs do not become lodged or damaged.”

 

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