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    Ruston steam-powered excavator.

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    Donkey puncher at gyppo logging operations, Tillamook County, Oregon.
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    "Donkey puncher at gyppo logging operations." That statement makes perfect sense to someone...

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    "Donkey puncher at gyppo logging operations." That statement makes perfect sense to someone...
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    "that the internet can yield the answer to any question that has an answer" True or not...

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    I used to live in Oregon and the term gyppo or gypo logger is any logger who is working for a small and independent (usually small family run companies) for logging operations (companies not associated with the larger lumber companies). I doubt there are many of them still operating in Oregon.

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