LOGGING IN MONTANA
and BRITISH COLUMBIA
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Timber is used extensively in house construction in this part of the world. Logs from trees felled in the local forests are taken to the sawmill by road or floated down rivers or across lakes. (Floating logs can be seen in the top two pictures on this page) The photos were taken near Missoula and Eureka (in Montana) and, just across the Canadian border, near Cranbrook in British Columbia.

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