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Haha, so it is, it's the gob:thumbup:


Need my eyes tested me:blush::lol:


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i just thought the same..

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Didn't have the time to post this earlier - the job was done on friday. One of my colleauges and I had to remove an art installation that was installed for the "Landesgartenschau" (roughly translates to county garden festival) - unfortunately I don't have any pics of us climbing - just some "before and after" pics :biggrin::






The installation consisted of some mesh wire and hundreds of cable retainers. Most of the time we spent messing around with the throwlines and bigshot since those forest trees don't have all that much limbs on the lower part of the trunk. Then we simply cut the cambium savers - the morons who installed it used some small nails to secure them :confused1: - yeah, right - I use a cambium saver and then nail it to the trunk :thumbdown:.


cheers, Philipp :)

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y5a4a5y6.jpgthis is from Saturdays job. 3 " wire sticking out of a sycamore log I was rolling , be safe out there


ouch :thumbdown:

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