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Slumber Michael North
t4treeservices First outing for the chainsaw mill !!
#arborist #chainsaw #mill #timber #treework #treelovers #climber #stihl
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mzemmin Barker's Creek Mill near Dillard, GA. Especially beautiful when the dogwoods are blooming. #spring #Georgia #canon_photos #exploregeorgia #mill #rabuncountyga 1h

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gemdaily Up on the blog//gemdaily.net// check out this gorg rustic mill that was transformed into a stunning mod home dying! #interiors #design #furniture #interiordesign #domaine #home #product #furniture #euro #mill #lifestyle #rustic #architecture 1h

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Normal Austin Rosenberg
king_of_filth661 When you don't have access to the tools you need at home you have to come to work early to get shit accomplished...benefits of working in a fab shop #mill #fillanddrill #sidework #precisionholes #makedo 2h

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nb_cash My new job is located in a very interesting location I should say. #rural #mill #nofilter 2h

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tommygun299 precision machining is not a career, its a way of life #HAAS #shitmachinistssay #kurt #mill #cnc #school 2h
  •   toddy_f I was just about to post the same picture lol 2h
  •   deezz_gains That's what my dad does 2h

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Normal Sean Compton
itinerant Sunday. I found myself sat on top of a water wheel, a remnant of an old sugar mill from somewhere around the 1800's. It was hard to imagine that really not so long ago that this area was cleared and people toiled these lands to produce sugar - Nature was reclaiming her space, and sat under the serenity of the tree canopy and despite the evidence strewn around, it was even harder to imagine a society that would enslave people to produce something so trite as a sweetener for tea and confections. At the same time, halfway around the world Indians were toiling picking tea for their colonial masters, and after the emancipation of the slaves, indentured laborers from India were shipped over here to work in the fields to produce sweetener for the same drink. We'd like to think those days are over, but they're not. We live in a consumer based society, and while we run around consuming and disposing of cheap clothes, food, plastics, luxuries, with a sense of entitlement... the reality is nothing is cheap. For it to become cheap to you or me, something else had to pay for it first, be it a person, an animal, or the environment. Just like the slaves paid for the sugar. This isn't intended to be a sermon, it's just what went through my mind as I sat there atop the wheel... A reminder for me to live more consciously.

#reflections #history #islandexploration #wanderlust #sugar #mill #slavery #nature #consumerism #capitalism #liveconciously
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