Speaker: Um, you-know my father-in-law and us used to be in the bush a lot too so we were always- we'd log in the winter and-stuff-like-that and- then we'd cut wood up for Ferguson-Lake campground, we cut their wood as well. Yeah, so we had a little bomby that ah we'd use to ah haul out- Interviewer: What's a bomby? Speaker: A bomby is a little- you-know the s- the little things that they clean the streets with now? Interviewer: Oh yes. Speaker: Well they- they w-- are called bombies, anyways so they would pull the trees out of the ah bush but in the wintertime you got the ice so you're able to get onto the marshes and the- you-know where it's flooded to get the- the dead elm and-stuff-like-that.
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