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Old 23-02-12   #1 (permalink)
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Sycamore fell

Nice littlew job today doing some woodland thinning

This was one of the fells...

Need to start putting all the vids together but need a decent video editor!

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Re: Sycamore fell

Where are the brambles, and steep muddy slopes ?
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Where are the brambles, and steep muddy slopes ?
in the background

Why'd you ask?
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Re: Sycamore fell



Trust me, you can't tell from that angle but there was honestly lots of steep, slippy muddy slope and lots of brambles!

I'll post some pics
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Re: Sycamore fell

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Where are the brambles, and steep muddy slopes ?
cos hes not working in wales....

england is flat...
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You've left 2ft of wood in the ground
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I spotted Phil Benn,
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You've left 2ft of wood in the ground
Ah but what you didn't see was the rotted base round the front, so i just went for a decent hinge a bit higher up

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