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woodsman

a person who lives in a wood or who is skilled in woodcraft
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Together with John Hanratty, the three woodsmen will manage the woodlands in their spare time using small-scale techniques and expect to produce firewood for local sale, alongside a small quantity of milling timber.
Check the Woodsmen's Field Days website at www.starinfo.
The children of the woodsmen said that they knew the smell of human marrow.
I've owned and shot a bunch of Woodsmen over the years, but only recently did I have the opportunity to try out an original pre-war Match Target.
Written for general audiences, this book explains how Rogers trained and led an army of farmers, scouts and woodsmen on a series of military missions that are still considered impossible today.
Jacques and Annie subsequently marry and build a prosperous inn catering to woodsmen and traders at Jacques' Landing, on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Feel the romance and beauty of true outdoor passion seen through the eyes of seasoned woodsmen. Years in the making, Primal Dreams is much more than a hunting video.
They reminded us of the Swedes, Danes, Norwegians and Finns who arrived here as woodsmen and farmers and left their mark in place names and archival photos of tree-felling camps, sawmills and boomtowns.
Distance over land was measured in miles, estimated by the experienced woodsmen. When Clark needed more accurate measurements, he employed a "two-pole chain," an aptly named surveying tool measuring 33 feet between poles.
Three wardens and several local woodsmen began an exhaustive search, which continued throughout the night.
Other attractions will include a woodsmen's competition, boat displays, yacht and dory races, the coastal oldies car show.