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13 hours ago, Squaredy said:

Frustrating.  And what is the bet they just ringed it up for firewood?  And the final irony will be that they won’t dry it properly and will moan that it isn’t burning very well.


I feel your frustration.

Looks like it was cut into 5' lengths and carried out with a tracked vehicle of some sort, 25 timber trees in total

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Its a sign of the times i am afraid, rising living costs and no wage rises, and its only going to get worse, Sorry, if we do a job where joe public has either car or foot access we dont leave any thing that can be moved, we just leave it standing, a mate has just extracted some decent oak saw logs to track side and some bunt has been on the stack and cut 2 or 3 rings off about 20 logs and wheeled out in a barrow, hence cameras are now up at access point and timber stack,,

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