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Chainsaw Safety

It is firewood cutting season here in the Moab Valley. We thought it would be timely to post  a series of chainsaw tips for all of you do it your self-ers out there. I started running a chainsaw when I was 12 or so. A hurricane came through and knocked down about 20 large trees at our house and I got to stay home from school and cut wood. In the mean time I have learned a lot, from other professionals as well as Matt our Stihl dealer.  90% of chainsaw work is preparation and safety. #1 SAFETY It doesn’t matter how good you are, if you run a saw long enough you will come in contact with a running chain. ...

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The Origins of Triassic

It has been a couple of years since we wrote a blog post. Facebook, instagram, Twitter, email, voicemail and all the rest seem to have taken up a lot of time without maybe saying a lot. So here we are and we will start again with the story of Triassic since we have grown and changed a bit since the last post.  Triassic was started in the back of a Toyota pickup. I was making small pieces of stone jewelry and wooden spoons for friends and family and then encouraged by Donna Sall to take a few things to the Moab Farmer’s Market. Inspired by the natural forms and materials all around each things was hand made with a bow saw, hatchet,...

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