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Sawhorses Placed Upside Down
A couple of old sawhorses placed upside down, one inside the other, work great to saw small logs into firewood. The bottom sawhorse rests on a stand made by nailing a couple of boards onto its top side and adding wooden braces. I place the logs in the crook of the top sawhorse and cut off both ends to keep the logs balanced. Then I cut the logs through the center. (Anonymous)

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #1