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On 06/12/2018 at 20:33, bigtreedon said:

 a bad back at the moment any words of wisdom from anyone ? 

In the short term - keep moving gently.  Bad backs seize up so you need to keep the muscles on the go a bit.  Sitting still, especially at a computer, is absolutely the worst for the back.

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Day 4 on a job, all going perfect til I came across this at the top of a T shaped Scots pine. No idea beforehand that this rotten cavity was there. Had to totally change my plan of lowering big lumps. Got there in the end but took way longer than planned. Still on time to finish the job though. IMG_20181213_113512.jpegIMG_20181213_101708.jpeg

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2 hours ago, John Shutler said:

Chipping up following felling of a row of Monterey cypress on a development site 

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Think you could have got a few spoonfuls more in green trailer 👍

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Had lush sunny Friday dealing with 5 windblown a steep bank. Everything to logged up. Then today setup a 50m zip line for some pals in time for Christmas. Good fun20181214_114957.jpeg20181214_145825.jpeg20181217_135426.jpeg20181217_135431.jpeg

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Lots of good work pics on here lately.

 

Pretty big lapsed lime pollard (45 plus years) to be brought to heel.

 

8+ cube of chip and a lot of logs.

 

Not ideal for a Monday after a long birthday weekend. 

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Lots of good work pics on here lately.
 
Pretty big lapsed lime pollard (45 plus years) to be brought to heel.
 
8+ cube of chip and a lot of logs.
 
Not ideal for a Monday after a long birthday weekend. 
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Happy birthday mick
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