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A few clips from Monday. Not the most imaginative vid, but a sense of scale at least

 

 

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Comments ! Thanks boys. Was beginning to feel really unpopular : )

 

Paddy. Dont really shut down altogether mate, but get very few enquiries.

 

Tim, maybe a bit more at a guess. Perhaps the cuts were a round the 200 mark. 200ft rope was just off the ground i believe. Hard work yes, very intense....but still better than messing around in back gardens.

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Comments ! Thanks boys. Was beginning to feel really unpopular : )
 
Paddy. Dont really shut down altogether mate, but get very few enquiries.
 
Tim, maybe a bit more at a guess. Perhaps the cuts were a round the 200 mark. 200ft rope was just off the ground i believe. Hard work yes, very intense....but still better than messing around in back gardens.


It’s always good to watch your work, Reg.
are there many climbers out there that work at that level of skill?

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10 minutes ago, TIMON said:

 


It’s always good to watch your work, Reg.
are there many climbers out there that work at that level of skill?

 

For big stuff like that, absolutely, but Forestry climbers/Heli loggers mainly. Thats a whole different breed and game than your residential Arborist type.

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Lovely looking job Reg. There’s nothing better than knocking off a big top especially when the winds blowing. Makes you feel alive. How many do you generally manage to knock out in a day out of interest.? What were the sticks being used for?

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33 minutes ago, geoffers said:

Lovely looking job Reg. There’s nothing better than knocking off a big top especially when the winds blowing. Makes you feel alive. How many do you generally manage to knock out in a day out of interest.? What were the sticks being used for?

Thanks. I got 5 trees done that day. should've been more but for a few major hold ups. Heres one that actually cost me 30 mins or more:

 

 

 

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