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8 hours ago, gobbypunk said:

Hi why not put a ground sheet down and Mill it with an Alaskan 


With the help of Man Friday of course :awink:



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4 hours ago, dumper said:

Get a far bigger crane stand along way back not to damage edges etc and lift all out in one go    

It would have to be far bigger.. as nearest road 170m away.

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4 minutes ago, nepia said:

Silliest idea yet - break the crown down and leave the lot where it is for habitat.



I could get the waste off walking it over the log.. I tried to sell leaving the log as a bridge, we could have cut steps into it and everything.. Unfortunately the island is not owned by the tree owner and they want the tree gone..

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2 hours ago, Canal Navvy said:

Would shear legs work here? 

Thats what I was thinking. process the crown back to as close to the edge of the bank as possible, then lift the crown end and drag the butt end .

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