Hello everyone to nite

Well hunkering down here trying to evade the virus, and the frigid weather, having lots of time on my hands I finished downloading some more of my historic millwrighting restoration projects that were handed to me in order to maintain ucv's 1865 water powered Muley sawmill
Go to tools for sale to see a further explanation if you are interested in that subject
I always felt drawn to the hewing aspect of early pioneer life, and realized that without those tools and ability to use them construction of homes, barns, outbuildings, mills of all types, shops, and t he list goes on
Hewing railway ties was a big thing during those early years, and some revenue was gladly early years
The mill I elude to above had 45' 12"square sills and plates, some of the cross timbers were 20" square hewn timbers30' feet long
Enough for tonite