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45 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

I think it's your dashing good looks that got you where you are today.

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54 minutes ago, treevolution said:

Really enjoyable read while having a sandwich.

 

Wish you all the best with the new venture.

 

Did get me thinking, what is the cut off point for climbing, two years away from 40 and still climb without too many aches and pains but can't lift big timber anymore.

 

And what is my exit plan.

...they make a range of powered hydraulic equipment for that ! Keep climbing. K

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14 minutes ago, Khriss said:

...they make a range of powered hydraulic equipment for that ! Keep climbing. K

I know but where I am there is not the access for those machines as people keep building boxes on the back of their property with bi-folding doors.

 

 

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1 hour ago, eggsarascal said:

How rude!

But necessary. 

 

God only knows what would happen to the place if we started complimenting each other ('s looks). Best to nip it in the bud!

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2 hours ago, treevolution said:

 

2 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

obviously

 

....not even close...

 

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Just now, Khriss said:

....not even close...

 

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I'm glad I'm not the only one to wear silly hats... Should we derail Steve's thread?

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I've made some really good mates from Arbtalk and it has genuinely made me a better worker as I wouldn't have found out half the things that I have done from sitting down and reading about them. 

I remember joining in 2008 and thinking it was the best thing ever as you could ask people about the things that you wouldn't normally see like advanced knots or new gear.

If anything, I miss how it used to be where it was a lot more focused but overall, I'm just happy that its here. If it wasn't I think I'd still be climbing on a Blakes hitch and talking to the wife every evening.

 

Cheers Steve!!

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