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Workshop: Pre-Cob Cottage - Golden, CO / Fell Trees & Peel Logs

  • May 4, 2013 · 9:30 AM
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Workshop: Pre - Cob Cottage Work

Coal Creek Canyon, Golden CO

Cut Trees / Peel logs

Hosted by: Kim Evans [masked]

COST IS FREE

Volunteers: Help us perform a little tree felling for Kim's Garden Shed Cob Cottage workshop and if there's enough time, learn how to peel bark from pine logs! We will help Kim cut, load, transport and unload these trees at her property. Have a chainsaw? BRING IT! Care to watch and learn how to correctly fell trees? Come on down! Bring a hard hat and boots for your safety!

Directions and Parking: Please refer to the map for directions. We will meet at the coffee shop, make contact and head our way into the forest to help with a little fire mitigation and also provide Kim with indigenous building materials!

Food: Please eat a good breakfast and bring a sack lunch as you might want a mid day lunch break. Food will not be provided during this workshop.

Dogs: Please leave your furry counterparts at home for safety purposes.

Don't Forget Necessities: Work Gloves / Lip balm / Sun Screen / Water Bottle / Sun Hat / Eye Protection / Hard Hat / Boots

Weather: Tasks will be performed regardless of weather. Forecast indicates highs in the upper 50's with 20% chance of precipitation.

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  • JPaul

    I'm still nursing a tail bone injury so I prefer to avoid lifting heavy logs for transport as pressure builds in the spine transferring to the tail when I lift. Obviously I won't be lifting with my back, however while lifting significant weight many muscles get used without a choice; back included.

    I'm bringing my chainsaw to cut trees so any brutes out there willing to provide muscle, please help us out!

    May 1, 2013

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