Springfield (Maine) Fair

TK

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So I got conned into participating. I was told it was basically anybody who wants to do it needs to register and read and sign the paperwork and they're in. There really aren't many modified saws there, just people having fun. It's up in logging country. I hope they were serious when they said there weren't many mod/race saws.

I have no idea what I'm doing.
I may have an xpw but it's a work saw not a cookie slicer.
I have no idea what I'm doing.

But I'm sure I'll have fun no matter what.
 

TK

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Well, I didn't participate. And there was no racing anyway.

It was woodsmen day. Meaning do stuff like you would in the woods. Kind of.

Axe throw.
Log roll.
Pulp toss.
Pulp throw.
Chain sharpening. (from rocked to cutting, timed cut wins)
Felling for accuracy.
Choker cable/skidder hookup.

Fun to watch. Maybe next year. I was looking for racing though.