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Took this 30 yr old oak down on Sat, but didnt take the helmet cam. Doh. Also didn't get any good shots, but the neighbor had her camera out for a while.. was an unclimbed tree, that had gotten too big for the back yard.

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that's got to be the neatest hinge i've ever seen! Did you do that with a spirit level and a chisel? Good pics.

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Yeh it was huge for being so young. The owner buried 3 water butts underneath his yard, then planted the oak sapling on top in 1980, so it had plenty of water and sun thru its life. Was a lovely virgin tree, they grow quick out here. Wish Id have filmed it.

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