Right up until he passed away, in May 2002, he continued to check in on operations, but his grandson, Todd Nystrom, now runs the mill, located about fifteen miles south of Corvallis, OR. The waggoner, a log-handling machine, grabs the logs before the binders are released, then lifts the logs clear of the truck. The sprocket-and-chain-operated table moves the logs individually to the log cradle (see photo, below) which holds each log in preparation for a short tumble down to the log deck and the log turner.
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However Mr Fewster claimed that he had gone to get a quilt from the bedroom to 'put on top of us' and had gone to asleep after they had consensual sex.
He said he was woken up by a police officer standing over him – and, asked for his response, said: 'You what, mate?
Police, fire crews and paramedics all attended as Mr Fewster lay on the roof, danced and tried to do handstands while shouting 'he wanted to clear his name'.