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This conny shat itself last night with half going through the fence with the tips resting on the neighbours conservatory.

Thankfully the wind had dropped this morning, so got the other half down safely without damaging the pergola and seating area.

Bomb site to tidy up this week, but we had lunch booked.

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Back leaning oak with power lines and fence ! Job was for aspect forestry I'm thinning out dramatically the company's who I sub to but these guys will remain a client !IMG-20190318-WA0014.jpegIMG-20190318-WA0012.jpegIMG-20190318-WA0017.jpegIMG-20190318-WA0032.jpeg20190318_121418.jpegIMG-20190318-WA0022.jpegIMG-20190318-WA0025.jpegIMG-20190318-WA0027.jpegIMG-20190318-WA0026.jpeg

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23 hours ago, Mark Bolam said:

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Mark is that the old style andrews or the new designed ones that matty was slating?

If it is the new ones,how are they compared to the older ones mate?

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3 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Shame, decent size tree there, was it just about the Power Line?

Its gunner be a new quarry sight and the line of oaks this been the last one in that strip had to go cos they dont leaves in the product that they are processing from the quarry 

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1 hour ago, stihlmadasever said:

Mark is that the old style andrews or the new designed ones that matty was slating?

If it is the new ones,how are they compared to the older ones mate?

New ones mate.

Can’t compare them because I never had the old ones.

Very comfy, no digging into achilles problems here (the tops are very soft at the back).

I am double-hard, of course.

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