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SEELEY LAKE - Like a walk down the grocery store cereal aisle, wandering through the lumber sheds of Pyramid Mountain Lumber Co. overwhelms the visitor with the sheer number of different ways to cut a tree.

"It's like with Special K, and Special K Protein Plus and Special K Strawberry," mill controller Loren Rose explained as he walked past stacks of packaged lumber. "We've got eight different grades of 1-by-4, depending on quality, length and species. And then there's blue-stain."

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