lumber-yard

Oh, it’s just like we packaged up a small piece of the lumber yard with this beard oil. Like the name suggests, Lumber Yard Beard Oil is another woodsy scented blend. We pair together the warm cedarwood notes with the soft, leveling notes of sandalwood. It’s a wonderful fall / winter type of beard oil and is a nice contrast to Tree Ranger’s sharper notes.

Photograph courtesy of @ apvision

Blow that whistle.

Not my revenge but I watch everything unfold.

I work at a lumber yard right next to the train tacks, they are literally about ten feet away from our walls. As you can imagine it can get pretty loud when the train passes by however, I have learned to tune it out after working there for a while.  One of my co-works has not despite working there far longer than I have.   One day he got feed up and flipped off the train as it passed and yelled obsenities at it. He took to doing this every time it passed by for about a week.  Somehow one of the conductors noticed this.

Now you can tell if its that conductor because they will blow the whistle the entire time it passes by our yard and even as it goes way off into the distance down the tracks.  Needless to say my coworker is not amused but it just makes the rest of us laugh.

youtube
  • Artist: McCafferty
  • Track: Lumber Yard (2016)
7

Arthur St near Flordale north of Elmira. 

A rural lumber yard caught fire and spread quickly. All Woolwich stations responded to the fire and were on scene for a number of hours before the fire was brought under control. The barn and lumber yard were completely destroyed as a result of the fire. 

All Rights Reserved Ross Howey 2012

youtube

Eric talks about one of Beardbrand’s best sellers!

quiet-corner.com
11 Things to Know Before Visiting the Lumber Yard - Quiet Corner
Knowing a few key lumber facts can make it easier to select the right woods for a whole range of projects—from framing to decking to furniture making.

Choosing the right wood for a home improvement project can be tricky for experienced woodworkers and novice DIYers alike. Luckily, knowing a few key lumber facts can make it easier to select the right woods for a whole range of projects—from framing to decking to furniture making.