Log scaler Gary Espedal plants his spud in a log as he records data Thursday at the Weyerhaeuser log yard at the Port of Olympia. Increased activity at the yard gave the port an earnings boost.
Log scaler Gary Espedal plants his spud in a log as he records data Thursday at the Weyerhaeuser log yard at the Port of Olympia. Increased activity at the yard gave the port an earnings boost. The Olympian
Log scaler Gary Espedal plants his spud in a log as he records data Thursday at the Weyerhaeuser log yard at the Port of Olympia. Increased activity at the yard gave the port an earnings boost. The Olympian

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