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Old 25-02-08   #1 (permalink)
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crane job

Ash tree removal over grave yard and road....... the weather held out and only got cloudy around mid day and job went pretty much to plan apart from still suffering from celibrating my 30th on fri!
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crane jobs are awesome

its so wierd having wood floating upwards away from you , cool but odd
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nice matty. Looks like it was fun indeed
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Couldn't you get a bigger crane and just lift it in one
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Looks good, I'd love to do a crane job. What cuts do you use?
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nice work mate . i was 34 on friday!
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Great pictures, i love crane jobs only ever done two. I should imagine it's even more fun as a climber though quite hectic as groundie
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