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Tommy's House
Mr. Tommy, in St. George, Ga. acquired the largest pine in Charlton County. It was owned by Mr. Raulerson and apparently died from a lightening strike.

He and two friends felled the tree toward the swamp and retrieved as much from the butt end as was possible with the tractor they had available. Much of the top remained in the swamp.

From this tree, Mr. Tommy built a recreational kitchen and dining hall. It provided the wood for all of the studs, rafters, siding, porch and the furniture inside with some wide boards left over which have been used to build tables for friends.

Last changed on 03/18/08. This album contains 6 items.
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Harry the Pilot
Harry Nelson was a crop duster in Ft. Pierce, Florida. He grew up with my mother and was friends with Charlie and me. I liked him a lot.

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Motorcycles
In the late 1960's, and through 1970, I was a newspaper photographer for The Fort Pierce News Tribune, freelanced for the Dixie Cycle News, helped cover Daytona's bike week for Cycle and provided photographs for local racers. Here are some of the pictures I took that have been reproduced as good as I could get a scanner to copy.

Last changed on 10/11/08. This album contains 108 items.
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Highlight for album: Jeff and Tammy at Chet's October 2005
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Jeff and Tammy at Chet's October 2005
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Tom's Customers
Tomssaw, also called Port-a-mill, was started in 1990 with an LT40HD Wood Mizer sawmill. It's purpose was to custom saw, onsite and rejuvenate the custom of sawing one's own trees.
These are pictures of those who became customers. Many have returned time and time again. There are farmers, backyard cabinet-makers, home owners, students and wood product companies. All of them utilizing trees that would have, otherwise, been destined for a landfill.

Last changed on 05/21/10. This album contains 308 items.
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