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Finding competition-grade wood

Updated: June 15, 2005, 11:46 AM ET
By Angie Thompson | Great Outdoor Games staff — July 8, 2004

MADISON, Wis. — Rob Scheer was like a schoolboy getting ready to introduce a girlfriend to his parents or an artist showing a masterpiece.

His eyes twinkled as he started pulling on the blue tarp off, unveiling not the Mona Lisa, but a forest of logs.

"Look at how consistent it looks," Scheer said, the admiration way too evident in his voice. "We've taken the wood selection to an entirely higher level for the Great Outdoor Games."

Just how high is that?

This isn't ...

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