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Yes, big Jenz, big Valtra. Asked the operator if he wantend me to cut it up, but he said it would fit in the machine no problem... Well, I just had to see that ofcourse!

 

 

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Dynamic hazard beam developed over the last couple of days on this oak stretching over and above a well used road.

 

Branch dipped by about 1.5m over night, so removed it today.

 

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Bloke who was buying all the timber off the job offered us an avant to load it with, I now can't imagine life without one, where's the cheque bookImageUploadedByArbtalk1472834629.208754.jpg.85011a0a28b0d8fe036acc647ba0fe5e.jpg

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Spent the morning cutting firewood with the beast, and found a few small problems on the saw only a few loose fittings but managed to get away with a full load of wood and another load chunked up ready for the next visit to the forest

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Nice dead old cricket bat willow this morning owner said just drop it and he would clear it up :laugh1: In the end I drop limbs to the ground and put the butt in the corner of field to rot away :thumbup:

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