2013 Woodsmen’s Field Days

This past weekend I paid my first visit to the Woodsmen’s Field Days in Boonville, NY. Much like the Empire Farm Days show the WFD revolves around one industry and the machines necessary for success in the modern world. On display were all forms of heavy equipment relating to logging and its many forms. Skidders, processors, feller bunchers, stump grinders, log trucks, loaders, dozers, mobile saw mills, the list goes on and on. The highlight of the day takes place when all of this equipment gathers for a parade through the fair grounds. To completely cover this event I made the trip with Dan who acted as the proffesional photographer while I covered the video side of things. By working together we can bring you a better Daily Diesel Dose.

 
Stay tuned tomorrow for complete parade coverage!

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2 Responses to 2013 Woodsmen’s Field Days

  1. Douglass Taylor says:

    I see that you are around Syracuse,N.Y. area and I am wondering if you might have any pictures of the Fays Drugs, Wheels Auto Stores, or Paper Cutter Office Supply Store fleets. I work for the company for 13 years and never got a picture of a truck. How uncool is that. I left the fine state of N.Y. in 94 and never looked back, moving to Phx., Az.
    Are Clark Concrete and Santaro Constuction still in business?
    Look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Douglass Taylor Phoenix, Az.

    • Eric says:

      Hi Douglass, Sadly I don’t have any photos of Fays or their other business ventures. I search google all the time but not much comes up. Maybe some day that will change. Clark Concrete is still around today but in name only. They are now part of the Cransville Block Empire. Santaro is pretty much dead after closing the construction side of the business to focus on trash hauling which was later sold to Mr. Bults. You can find some photos of Clark Concrete on this site.

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