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Double Fir removal with help of a crane, Vancouver, B.C

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Another film me and the boys at work shot. Always fun when the machine does the hard graft, and the climber gets to take in the views.

 

hope you enjoy.

 

Dan

 

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Another film me and the boys at work shot. Always fun when the machine does the hard graft, and the climber gets to take in the views.

 

hope you enjoy.

 

Dan

 

 

Nice video Dan, really liked the intro :thumbup1:

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great vid, and fantastic views. i miss canada, used to go to edmonton bamff etc

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Another good video watched as i enjoy my breakfast..I also thought the intro was a nice touch..some great angles especially of you standing on top of the pole then swinging over towards the camera.....and a tidy job. thumbup:

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Looks like a top job bud! Glorious weather for it. Did I spy a bit of footlocking from Agassiz in the intro too?

Cheers dude. You got a good eye bro, yeah that was from the comp. Did you compete?

Saw your videos of the chief and the wreck beach climb, they looked like great fun. Couple of the boys from work were throwing the idea around about climbing that Fir after seeing your film.

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Yeah I did, one of my team mates dropped out on the tuesday before and I got his spot. I'd never even been to a climbing comp let alone compete! In at the deep end, best way to learn, had a blast though. That fir is a top climb, we had a great day on it. Although we did get fined by park rangers for 'dangerous and disorderly conduct' in public. $100 each! I'll come say hi in Seattle at the next comp mate, get a big gang together and go film some big stuff! We've got some plans in the pipelines. :thumbup1:

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Yeah I did, one of my team mates dropped out on the tuesday before and I got his spot. I'd never even been to a climbing comp let alone compete! In at the deep end, best way to learn, had a blast though. That fir is a top climb, we had a great day on it. Although we did get fined by park rangers for 'dangerous and disorderly conduct' in public. $100 each! I'll come say hi in Seattle at the next comp mate, get a big gang together and go film some big stuff! We've got some plans in the pipelines. :thumbup1:

 

Yeah the B.C comp was a good crack, it was my first comp to and loved it. You have to do the first 1 just to know how things work and what the judges look for etc, but i'm gonna do as many as I can from now on. You entered the 1 in Seattle? Yeah we should get a big crew and go for a climb.

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