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  1. Melissa Burroughs
    Melissa Burroughs June 28, 2019 at 12:58 pm | | Reply

    Loved this show. I really appreciate hearing the perspectives of the loggers who work in the north country, their opinions about what constitutes quality work, and their thoughts about the lost art of working with their hands. I also appreciated the advice to not pick up a chainsaw if I didn’t know
    what I was doing, which I don’t. I long to hear more of these voices that so often go unheard. Thank you, Rumble Strip for your awesome work to bring them to us.

  2. William H
    William H July 2, 2019 at 1:22 pm | | Reply

    I am listening to this Rumble Strip story about forestry while sitting on a drought-dry Tuesday in Central Europe. Forestry in New England is a nice thing to hear about while feeding American peanuts to European magpies as dusk approaches and a total eclipse entertains future refugees in South America. Learned about you through sCarrier at Delerium in Brussels; now I have only one question: what kind of microphone were you holding when interviewing the woodsmen? and did you have any kind of shock mount to protect you in case a skunk fell into the input?
    WH

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