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Hi guys,

Just wondering if anyone has any contacts in the basque country preferably in Bizkaia for relocating and carrying on with tree work? any help welcome.

 

Cheers Dave.

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¿Le También es necesario que hable o entienda Vasco

 

Es más. También debe estar preparado para ETA a explotar su coche. Que puede ser inconveniente.

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so why are you all typing in spanish??? babblefish not have a basque translation? if it were basque there would be more z'ds and x's :001_tongue:

 

sorry don't have any contacts for treework there but have spent a bit of time there surfing.

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I said: Do you speak Spanish mate?, if not you'll only work for the english

 

Dagmar said: Its necessary to speak or understand the local dialect (I think that must be what 'vasco' is)

 

Mr Ed said:Be prepared for ETA to blow your car up, can be a bit inconvenient

 

Muy bien MR Ed

 

The reason I wrote in spanish, by the way. if you ask someone if they speak spanish, you find out quicker if you do it in spanish. Mines rusty as haven't used it much for a few years now, so its always good to get an excuse to practice.

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Mistake in my spanish

 

should be hablas espanol not hables, as hablar is an ar verb.

 

Its been buggin me for days, thought about it when I was out on a job. Arbtalk seems to be gettin right into my head, bit like 'big brother' for tree surgeons

 

I worked near Madrid, and near Granada, for 4 years and had my own tree thing going. All big eucys mostly and felling out big bits as they always want them for doin the roof on ruins.

 

That contact in Galicia sounds interesting, I can never find any contacts in France and Spain, unless you meet other tree people when your'e out there.

 

Are you still out there Treeworld?

 

Did you go to Spain?

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Yes I'm still out here. Thanks, gracias, Ezkerrik asko for your thoughts. Guernika and the surrounding area has a lot of forestry going on but mainly by harvesters!! I speak fluent spanish however my Euskerra ( basque ) is only a few words. I am a frequent visitor there and my wife is a basque. Long term plan is to relocate there as it is a most beautiful place, I need to continue with arb work and therefore am always looking for contacts.

 

until later, hasta luego, Agur!

 

Dave

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