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Friday's Job was going to be, clear the Hazel through the bottom so that everything else could be felld down the bank later.


Greeted by this, plans had to change.






That was 8.30am it kept rising till about 1pm, and was lapping round the chord wood pile in the bottom.

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Here are a few pics of some jobs we have done over the past couple of weeks. The Weather has been awful but we cracked on and got done.

ImageUploadedByTapatalk1353835953.554958.jpg.7b0d4b8c2351dae4726c2f9268c445d1.jpg we are going back in the new year to remove the others.






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No, too close to boundaries, house, swimming pool, other trees etc. he said " you'll only want your topper, it aint that big" it was 30" at the base! had to borrow a saw from the home owner, clapped out husky 340 with a 13" bar, Pain in the barse!

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