World’s Biggest Chainsaw vs Ancient 2400 Year-Old SALVAGED Redwood

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They call him ‘El Jefe’ and you have to see this giant chainsaw to believe it. Watch it slice through a massive 12 foot round log – a RECLAIMED log from private land up in the Sequoia mountains. Then see the beautiful wood that hasn’t seen daylight for 2400 years. WOW!

image/text credit: The Daniels Wood Land Show

DWL NEVER cuts down old growth redwood. This log was felled 75 years ago and left behind the trash. John and the crew are giving it new life as a work of art. We watch in closely as this beast of a chainsaw that requires two to operate is put into action.

Chopping down a Goliath when this Sequoia Redwood at Daniels Woodland in Paso Robles California is dismantled. If that wouldn’t make for a cool story behind a nice chair or table.

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Sequoia Redwood originates from ancient old growth stands of coastal California Redwood and are among the largest trees on the planet. Logged extensively beginning in the mid 1800’s to supply the gold rush era demand and industrial age America, only 5% of the original Redwood forest remains, protected in National and State Parks.

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