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Hines Pines: 1942

Hines Pines: 1942

July 1942. "Truckload of ponderosa pine, Edward Hines Lumber Co. operations in Malheur National Forest, Grant County, Oregon." Medium-format Kodachrome by Russell Lee for the Office of War Information. View full size.

 

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Pfffft. Big deal.

Pre-Cured

This was flooring a month later. Pines grow relatively fast, so this is still common. But we are in 2018 and still seeing these trucks roll by, but full of ancient Redwoods.

I live on the East Coast, but when traveling in the Upper Northwest this is disheartening to see.

Loose Load

I hope he is stopping to put the wrappers on this load otherwise he will be picking up logs all the way down the mountain.

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