Abbott, David
June 2013
Southern Loggin' Times;Jun2013, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p6
Several responses from the author for his article related to timber dealers in the February 2013 issue, the legal weight tolerance for log trailers in North Carolina, and one related to forestry equipment salesman Kit Avery.


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