Targeted Press Release

Another publication. Statewide distribution. Low numbers. But since I’m leading a utilization break out session at the NAA/NNLA summer field day next month, maybe it will give me ‘expertise’ status. After all, It will be 40 miles from home. Hope it spurs some of the arborists to check into SCORE resources for their business. I’ll Read More …

One of the other things I do

Back in the day, I fought wildfires for the New Mexico State Forestry Division. I was an Engine Boss. And on the District I started on, I was Queen of the Hose Lays. If there was a way, I got water to the fire. Now, I’m not talking the large ones you’re seeing on the Read More …

Using our SCORE Prizes, pt 2

Well, this is actually pt 4, since the banners were displayed earlier, parades and window. This item was on the must get list. When we take the mill to a client’s location, thought if we left it for a couple days we didn’t want it growing legs. Well, unfortunately, there’s been some thievery going on Read More …

Using our SCORE prizes

Shows how much “It’s All Connected”. Nature. Everything we do on the farm or for clients. Getting tools and equipment that have multiple uses, crossing over all our passions and jobs. I didn’t want to get consumable items with our Sam’s Club gift card, but the safety equipment kinda fell into that category. Ear plugs Read More …

Not seen as an Expert

  Expert: “An ordinary fellow from another town” – Mark Twain “A man fifty miles from home with a briefcase” – Will Rogers I brought this up at the Dallas Regional SCORE Training for the American Small Business Champions. Where I currently live and work, I am not considered an expert. But I’m not from Read More …

Beauty

Is in the eye of the beholder. We’ve all heard it. Whenever I see chicory I think of a coworker in Virginia that brought in a bouquet of chicory for the conference table where we had staff meetings. Now considering this was close to 30 years ago the most I remember was making a comment Read More …

Another parade

Geneva Days Parade to celebrate our Nation’s Independence Day. And I forgot the flag, grrrrrr. Had conversations with a few people after the parade about either logs they have or slabs they want. Too bad they were repeat conversations and not new leads. But we planted the seed. Ordered some maintenance items and an alignment Read More …

All in the Family

Have a tree planted by an ancestor? Don’t loose the history when the tree dies. Let’s craft a dream. Have a large family? Depending on size of tree, we can make serveral …. mantel clocks; wall clocks; butcher blocks; picture frames, end tables, floating shelves… start dreaming. Call us… after you schedule the tree removal, Read More …

Sawmill Workshop

Level heart. Level Log. Toe boards. Blade tension. Hook angle. Checks. Cracks. Defect. Cant. Slab. Live edge. Best face. 2nd worse face. Flatsawn. Quarter sawn. Some good, some bad, but all associated with milling logs. Proper stickering. Air flow. Spalting. Fungus. Cupping. Package. Course. Some good, some bad, but all associated with drying lumber.  Beauty Read More …

#bizchampion Purchases, part 3

To assist in marketing and probably resource videos for activities clients can use around their property, part of our Sam’s Club gift card provided a GoPro Hero 4. Now, some of you know I’m a photographer. But this little box I’m thinking is not a camera. Quite the learning curve. Got the app on my Read More …