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8 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

One of the things I miss most about treework

 

 

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The large ghost dogs eyeing up your food? (It’s been a hard week)

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35 minutes ago, jackrs1 said:

Been on this felling job this week at Bonaly scout camp taking out trees that are going to be in the way for a new road and toilet block.
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Your truck to tree ratio is well out!

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Called out to help clear up this large lombardy at a factory in Fougeres which broke off at 2.5m taking down alot of expensive fencing, 2 wooden telephone poles and slapped a roadsign.

Not like they didn't have any warning given the amount of Ganoderma all around the stem.

 A chance to try out 2 recently Spudded saws, a 441 and a manky old Husq whose number escapes me.

The only difference in performance between them I put down to being chain type.

  Stuart

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A few from this weeks project, clearing out laurels and hollies as part of a regeneration project. We had an ecologist and wildlife inspector on site to help the works progress. Also as you can see had a few bits on demo. Honestly didn't think there was too much between the loaders. Multiones panels were much better with the rhino coating. Hope you enjoy. IMG_20190320_114903.thumb.jpeg.ebdda3f0844c82e747c71224e028c649.jpegIMG_20190320_182626_748.thumb.jpeg.3db2d7a0d8ab1b012796d71a5bcf6b75.jpegIMG_20190320_182626_755.thumb.jpeg.b85f849235cd4b9823ee9c6a0a5ea022.jpegIMG_20190320_131045.thumb.jpeg.8cd7190853d7652ee9a527d8026ade1f.jpegIMG_20190321_133559.thumb.jpeg.0f2ae776d8c3bbc414bb9b0b57ec58cd.jpegIMG_20190322_102151.thumb.jpeg.777279e29af25862d5ba02f22502c178.jpegIMG_20190321_180904.thumb.jpeg.6f7c3e39eaac85e9f49b1acc5caf937f.jpegIMG_20190322_102159.thumb.jpeg.53c517262b201fed0b97e88bfffe6ae5.jpeg
Which did you prefer, the blue or green?

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15 minutes ago, jackrs1 said:

The ZT on its coffee break this morning

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You need some fluffy slipper tracks for indoors

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When you get asked for a favour by your dad to drop a few trees at the local rugby club.

I felt so bad I'm lending them the greenmech to clear it up tomorrow. IMG_20190407_144800.jpegIMG_20190407_153025_013.jpegIMG_20190407_141321.jpegIMG_20190407_141312.jpegIMG_20190407_144333.jpeg

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7 minutes ago, Ian Flatters said:

When you get asked for a favour by your dad to drop a few trees at the local rugby club.

I felt so bad I'm lending them the greenmech to clear it up tomorrow. IMG_20190407_144800.jpegIMG_20190407_153025_013.jpegIMG_20190407_141321.jpegIMG_20190407_141312.jpegIMG_20190407_144333.jpeg

Might want to lend him a rake too! 

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