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On 24/09/2020 at 20:13, Rich Rule said:

Crane removal of two compromised Maple trees over a listed building.  
 

Had a internal voice tell me not to tie into one of the leaning stems.  I had an anchor in a more upright, funked stem.

 

As I got 4/5th of the way through the cut it popped and started to open up.  I noticed it when my feet started to move ;)

 

A couple of pictures of the pic and the cracked stem.  Some others of the job in general.  All went pretty smoothly considering the state of them and the potential for property damage.

 

 

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Hello Rich

Funny how those gut feelings work out in tree work.

looked like a good job 👍 

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16 hours ago, Treemoose said:

Hello Rich

Funny how those gut feelings work out in tree work.

looked like a good job 👍 

Cheers mate.

 

How are things with you?  Keeping busy and out of trouble ;)

 

 

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4 hours ago, Rich Rule said:

Cheers mate.

 

How are things with you?  Keeping busy and out of trouble ;)

 

 

Yeah busier than ever at the moment. Still working with Dave, all going well. I heard a while back your out in Norway full time now, how you getting on?

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Good to hear.  Yeah been here over 3 years now.  Kids have settled well and doing well at school.  
 

Work is busy, so can’t complain.  Say hello to your brother and climb safe.

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Ah glad it’s all going good. Haven’t been over to Norway but I read Norwegian Wood. It’s a good read if you like reading about burning and stacking logs 😂

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Zippy wee lift for access. 95218570_696543384414314_3617753701923422208_o.thumb.jpg.dc100b4d34b0ffefcd500a6c58924b47.jpg

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Not arb related but got home and skimmed a wall up in the man cave this aft with some 4 month out of date multi finish plaster, bonded it up yesterday! Kids still got it! IMG_4733.jpg

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1 hour ago, Ratman said:

Not arb related but got home and skimmed a wall up in the man cave this aft with some 4 month out of date multi finish plaster, bonded it up yesterday! Kids still got it! emoji6.pngemoji108.pngIMG_4733.jpg

Looks cracking - can turn my hand to almost anything, but am fvckyng useless at plastering!  K

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can plaster, but can’t render! 🤷‍♂️ get scratch coat on no bother, but top coat.... just rolls on me and drops off! Whether i play with it too much or what i dunno?!.... my mates opposite though, can render all day long but cant plaster! Strange eh!!

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