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37 minutes ago, Doug Tait said:

 

They must've got their tyres fixed Mark.

 

They were delayed moving from the first layover near Selkirk because someone had slashed multiple tyres on the truck/trailer.

I took a lot of stick on the road job in prep for this but people are going mad about the delays now!

 

 

WWW.BBC.COM

Police say vandals damaged about 20 tyres on a transporter vehicle in the Scottish Borders.

 

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Crappy on the fly pics, but a two day wind blown oak removal. Processed 12 cube of firewood on site and salvaged 4 ten foot milling butts. Not the best quality but better than firewood.  Another three loads of rings back to yard. 
 

life much easier with machines. Had all the toys out, gave the 881 a good workout too. 

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Client wanted it left as a monolith for bugs and beasties, which, in a fairly quiet part of woodland we thought a good call.

The estate is surrounded by a security fence, though, so we left it at a height we thought wouldn’t hit the fence if it fell.

 

I think our judgement was ok.

 

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