I can run most all equipment, study to work on about anything and keep full records for maintenance. I'm a very motivated worker and work well with others. I do most any kind of work anything mechanical, welding, fabrication and carpentry. I love seeing things through to the end. I've always had a passion for mechanics and driving .
Heavy hall truck driver, driving flatbed doubles, 53-56 foot chip trailers, 56' curtain-van lumber trailers and 53' flatbed. Over 100,000 miles a year for the past 16 years.
I drove flatbed lumber truck (96,000) GVW I loaded and unloaded with mill forklift and hauled between Beaver and Forks. (Shuttle Run)
Clearing out old logging roads, putting in culverts and cleaning ditches.
Maintaining all equipment. Case 40 track hoe, brushing heads including welding new teeth on, welding digging buckets, rebuilding hydraulic system and lots of fabrication. Alder slashing, timber falling, broadcast burning, driving water truck (fire truck) running fire crew, cutting fire lines, running fire hose and state burns for Rayonier.
Dump tuck driver, excavator operator and equipment maintenance.
Operate Drot 40 loader, loading log trucks, building roads, doing private
job logging and worked my way into full time mechanic and maintenance.
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