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Heading up the mountain

Heading up Langlois Mountain today to meet up with George and maybe get some work done on this site



George Falls a Troubled Tree

George Fleming of Heartland Forest falls a tree that otherwise would have been blown down.  This tree will be used to produce custom cut lumber at his sawmill. Video Footage Thanks to Emma Simon, Robert Bohrer and Max Preis

Hildebrand Ranches Article: Homestead to heritage

52 Hildebrand Ranch Road

By Jessie Higgins

LANGLOIS — World War II was looming the day Dick Hildebrand had an accident.

Hildebrand had a thing for hot rods as a young man. He drove his hot rod too fast and crashed. His injuries were bad, and he spent a summer in the hospital. If not for that wreck, he would have gone to war. Instead, Hildebrand went to work.

Like the previous generations of his family who have lived, worked, and died on the hills near Langlois, Hildebrand has spent his life as a rancher.

“I’m so proud of him,” said James Kalina, Hildebrand’s grandson. “He’s very modest about his accomplishments. He supported his wife and three children all by himself. He worked all the time.”

Myrtle countertop.















A office counter built out of Myrtle we milled.