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On 08/03/2019 at 15:10, Mark2 said:

Hi Reg how did this job finish up ? Hope it all went well, and worked out profit wise.

We got finished on Friday, Mark. Without major incident. Thanks

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2 hours ago, William Cathcart said:

Hi there, I've read on here that you have successfully emigrated to BC. Would you mind if I sent you an email with some questions as I'm looking into it. Thanks

Best to ask here. Otherwise your email might get lost or forgotten. Fire away

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I'm a climber in the UK, 33 years old. What are the chances of finding work in BC on a Temporary Work Permit. Are companies prepared to do the leg work to hire blokes like myself that are keen for a change of scenery?

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56 minutes ago, William Cathcart said:

I'm a climber in the UK, 33 years old. What are the chances of finding work in BC on a Temporary Work Permit. Are companies prepared to do the leg work to hire blokes like myself that are keen for a change of scenery?

Bartlett Tree Experts can and do sponsor British tree workers wanting to work our this way.  The Vancouver branch is probably your best starting point.

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To add to Regs comments, you wont struggle to find a job if you have a Work Visa in place, especially in Vancouver. Turning that into Residency can be a challenge, but very feasible. 

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15 hours ago, RC0 said:

Thanks again. Couple more vids from the same site:

 

 

 

The dead tops looked bastardish Reg, but the scenery is unbelievable.

The knot in the first one was properly mugging you off!

 

Wicked terrain.

You must have one leg longer than the other after that job.

 

Really appreciate you posting these vids mate, thanks.

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7 hours ago, Mark Bolam said:

The dead tops looked bastardish Reg, but the scenery is unbelievable.

The knot in the first one was properly mugging you off!

 

Wicked terrain.

You must have one leg longer than the other after that job.

 

Really appreciate you posting these vids mate, thanks.

Thanks mate.The lean on Dead tops can be difficult to read on a hillside. They were about 60ft long and rock hard, so couldn't afford to make a mistake. Have lots more vid from that job, just need the time to put together

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Aye i think these videos are great reg. Dunno what it is. Seems odd I'd spend the day dismantling conifers, then go home and watch your videos. It's just damn good!

Keep em up mate.

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Last installment from this job boys. Thanks for reading and watching through the thread

 

 

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