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- May 18, 2008 at 3:40 pm #39612Gabe AyersKeymaster
This is just a short note to mention that he current economic situation has lead to some thief of equipment with some of our loggers. So please look out for your stuff if it is being kept at a job site that is visible from the roadside. We all like for our work to be seen, but we recently have had some stuff stolen from one job site and certainly can’t afford that extra operating expense. We think it was just people looking for stuff they could resell quickly at a flea market, because of the kind of stuff that was taken.
I know it is hard to keep all the gear with you at all times, but watch out rural people – stealing is on the increase everywhere…..sorry to report this crap, but it is happening.
I would hate for someone to be caught in the act of this thief, because these woodsmen are not thieves and wouldn’t be kind to anyone caught doing such a thing…..May 25, 2008 at 6:06 pm #46686AnonymousInactive
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That’s good advice. My father just had $5,000 worth of tools stolen right out of his barn!
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