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    […] for personal use only, not for resale. Each family may cut one tree per $5 permit. You must use a hand saw or axe (no chainsaws permitted). No cutting trees larger than 8-inches in diameter at chest high.  Cut […]

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    […] the time the tipi was up, woodstove assembled, firewood gathered, fire started, it was dark, cold, and we were really, really tired. Dinner (hearty sausage stew) […]

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    […] Hatchet (for splitting kindling–some cabins supply) […]

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    […] naturally. David carried in firewood from the supply on the porch while I split kindling with the Gerber Axe I’d packed in. Marilyn and Susan emptied packs, laid out pads and sleeping bags on bunks and […]

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    Jim at |

    this is the combination I have been using for years in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Northern Minnesota. The perfect implements for gathering wood alone or with a friend. The Gerber hatchet isn’t bad for tent stakes either. If you buy the Fiskars X7 hatchet you will save a little money and it is the same product but with an orange handle.


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