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I have posted a few shots of winter fire logs and chopped wood . This is the man behind all that chopped wood. My grandpa (on my dads side) is 90 years old. Still cutting wood and keeping busy . When I asked to take a photo of him , he asked me “can I hold my axe?” So here he is . 90, holding his axe and eating a plum . For any of you lumber jacks out there , you’ll notice that he is using a double bit felling axe rather than and standard splitting maul. Much tougher but keeps him in shape . He raised my dad well, and in turn my dad raised me well . I’m really thankful for my family

I have posted a few shots of winter fire logs and chopped wood . This is the man behind all that chopped wood. My grandpa (on my dads side) is 90 years old. Still cutting wood and keeping busy . When I asked to take a photo of him , he asked me “can I hold my axe?” So here he is . 90, holding his axe and eating a plum . For any of you lumber jacks out there , you’ll notice that he is using a double bit felling axe rather than and standard splitting maul. Much tougher but keeps him in shape . He raised my dad well, and in turn my dad raised me well . I’m really thankful for my family

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