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Friday's Job was going to be, clear the Hazel through the bottom so that everything else could be felld down the bank later.

 

Greeted by this, plans had to change.

 

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That was 8.30am it kept rising till about 1pm, and was lapping round the chord wood pile in the bottom.

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Here are a few pics of some jobs we have done over the past couple of weeks. The Weather has been awful but we cracked on and got done.

ImageUploadedByTapatalk1353835953.554958.jpg.7b0d4b8c2351dae4726c2f9268c445d1.jpg we are going back in the new year to remove the others.

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No, too close to boundaries, house, swimming pool, other trees etc. he said " you'll only want your topper, it aint that big" it was 30" at the base! had to borrow a saw from the home owner, clapped out husky 340 with a 13" bar, Pain in the barse!

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