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After dragging them out of the east woods to this spot under Grandmother Oak, I set up saw horses so I could strip the bark standing up.
The shorter one was about 30 feet long and the other another 3 feet or so. Diameter at the bottom about 6 inches, and at the top about 2 inches.
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From First Black Locust Harvest