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First big stump job with the new grinder - a sycamore that we took down earlier in the year.[ATTACH]104796[/ATTACH]

 

and what a stump it was 2

good work out

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A change from the usual tree work we were helping to clear a overgrown draining ditch and culvert.

 

you just wanted to show of your loverly truck

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Today's quote. Ash tree surrounded by 4 storey buildings. Cs100 will be taken through and chipped by the tree. Logs carried out in barrows and taken home. Widest probably 18". Not a big tree but one limb looks like its hazard beamed and is leaning against a couple of windows and a building.

 

No on site pics but you can see it in the centre of the satellite image.

 

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