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Nanaimo Assembly Wharf

A busy dozer boat forming a boom log boom at the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf

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A busy dozer boat

A busy dozer boat moving BC logs at the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf

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Angelic Zephyr

A dozer boat working logs as the Angelic Zephyr loads BC timber at the Assembly Wharf in Nanaimo

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A duck out of water

Obviously, it’s a dozer boat out of the water and it’s heading down the road but a duck out of water sounded better than dozer boat on a trailer. I could have used a title involving heading down a road … Continue reading

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Gold River – Sandpoint Chief

Western Forest Products tug Sandpoint Chief at the Gold River log sort

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Miss Jordan

Miss Jordan at the Queesto Community Forest log sort in Jordan River   Queesto Community Forest is the company that manages TFL 61 at Jordan River. The Pacheedaht First Nation owns half of TFL. 61

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Nanaimo – dozer boats

Inlet Turmoil and three dozer boats at the Nanaimo Marina Boat Basin

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Alberni Inlet – slow and fast

A logging support barge heading up the Alberni Inlet

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Chooch–ex RIVTOW 548

Chooch in Port Alberni Before dozer boats existed, log drivers had the dangerous task of walking the logs on the water, sorting them with a pike pole and stacking them at the log lift. Dozer boats largely eliminate the need … Continue reading

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