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Howdee Steve,


thanks for posting, always like seeing your rig in action.


Out of interest and ignorance, what species were those Trees?

& are they likely to be replaced, in that situation?











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They are liquidambars or american sweetgums. They will not likely be replaced soon as the current manager of the apartment complex just sees trees as a nuisance.

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Sorry about that JamesW. The rainy season here is from Nov. to Mar. and we get about 12" average. Malibu has beautiful summers because their proximity to the ocean keeps it from getting too hot.

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We got hamered by a crazy strong storm here last weekend. For those of you old farts here who were in the biz way back in 1987, its like that here now...only worse. Have a look here at the bottom of the page....The Official Work Pictures Thread - Page 824 - The #1 HARDCORE arborist forum, bar, and grill - Enjoy the buffet and libations!

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