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    A pair of chainsaw artists carved this sculpture of local wildlife from a fallen oak on the Graylyn multi-use trail in Umstead State Park. Getting there requires a hike.

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A pair of chainsaw artists carved this sculpture of local wildlife from a fallen oak on the Graylyn multi-use trail in Umstead State Park. Getting there requires a hike.
Josh Shaffer jshaffer@newsobserver.com