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The limbs where thick set and messing around with tension and compression on the deck and stripping it probably would have taken the same amount of time as climb strip fell only took 2 hours to get it on the floor with all brash chipped and tbf I come down for 20 mins mid strip to give the guys on the floor a lift as it was a long drag to the chipper and 2 climbers doing 2 different trees with only 2 lads on the deck. It just seemed easier to climb and send it down in bits ready to chip and it looked and was an enjoyable climb.

 

 

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Fair do's

When there is no targets like that, you can rain it down pretty damn fast.

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Fair do's

When there is no targets like that, you can rain it down pretty damn fast.

 

 

Yes exactly I still like to work around a tree though where the groundies don't have to pick up a saw at all or bare minimum. It was a cracking climb and came down sharpish we have even saved a good 8-10 ft section to be milled at a later date which also meant less ringing up.

 

 

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