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How to build an Awesome Sidewalk with recycled lumber for only $50.00

Sidewalk made from recycled redwood lumber. It does not shrink and expand like cement would which causes cracks. Wood also warms up more quickly in the winter helping to melt off snow and ice.

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Once You See These Rare Historical Photos, You’ll Never Forget Them

Early 1900s: California lumberjacks cutting down Redwoods by hand. They had no knowledge or appreciation of the age of these giants - thousands of years.

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Trees in Canada (pre-logging) . . Wow, look at the size of the tree, amazing!

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What we lost and can never regain due to rapacious logging practices.

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5 Cubes, burnt and natural wood, 17" x 7" x 8" This was my first work in a series that explores the expressive potentials of a most rudimentary form, the cube. 4 x 4 Redwood lumber was burned and cut into blocks to reveal the woods inner warmth. #sculpture #carving #woodcarving #chainsawcarving #lumber #deanramos #losangelesart #sandiegoart #minimalism #contemporaryart #modernart #cube #abstract #art #architecture #contemporaryartist #wood #tower

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Twelve men stood shoulder-to-shoulder to span a redwood stump in this historic photo from Pacific Lumber Co. (AP) Scotia, CA Zippertravel.com Digital Edition

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Sequoia, California redwood or Giant redwood is an evergreen tree living 1200–1800 years or more. Before commercial logging and clearing began by the 1850s, this massive tree grew along much of coastal California and the southwestern corner of coastal Oregon. within the United States.

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Two Lumberjacks and a BIG tree. Pacific Northwest, USA 1915...photographs of the lumber industry in Portland, Oregon and Challam Bay, Washington, taken by accomplished commercial photographers, Arthur M. Prentiss and W. A. Ellison.

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