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A scots pine with what looked like Phaeolus schweinitzii although the fruiting bodies were old. A fair bit of decay when I cut the stem down.

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classic friday job , turn up to find this tree .

 

the first side was fairly straightforward rigged off everything.the leader over the house proved a little more difficult, rigging point was out over the side of tree so set up anther pulley and line on the stem below my cuts to portawrap when blocking off to slow down the pendulum and stop the pieces swinging back into the roof which was also brand new and being built while we were working .

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