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Conni hedge from hell, phone line running the full length, right through the middle. About 80 meters in length, 5 high and 7 deep. High voltage line at one end, lane to one side- with constant coming and going from neighbour, precious garden the other side, a shed, a garage and a stable. Oh and a Basset hound that wanted to catch every branch on its way down. Never again........

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just a small ash dismatle for after lunch... nothing to strenuous.

 

fence one side and a load of young euc's the other that couldnt be touched..

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Try to keep stubs to a minimum Ed, they can cause a Alot of problems when rigging gets involved plus it makes chogging down easier.

 

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Try to keep stubs to a minimum Ed

 

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:lol::lol::lol:

 

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Try to keep stubs to a minimum Ed, they can cause a Alot of problems when rigging gets involved plus it makes chogging down easier.

 

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stubs? thats my topping job that is.. no im only kidding.. i leave them on sometimes if im not chogging down the stem, (foreman doesnt like using spikes so its a habit ive caught of him haha).

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stubs? thats my topping job that is.. no im only kidding.. i leave them on sometimes if im not chogging down the stem, (foreman doesnt like using spikes so its a habit ive caught of him haha).

 

but your wearing spikes lol :001_tt2:

 

i'd be shot if i didn't have that down by the time the customer came back out with the brews lol :thumbup:

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Just be careful Ed they can cause some silly mistakes to happen and you always say "nah it will swing past that......... Sh**t it didnt"

 

yupp i know what you meen..

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