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I hope you made it further north than Gretna services xD

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Large cedar dismantle and fell, client took more photos and vids, will put up later, this’ll do for now.

 

 

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Large cedar dismantle and fell, client took more photos and vids, will put up later, this’ll do for now.
 
 
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Nice work mick cant beat a good cedar kill am very jealous I was doing crown lifts on a road side today
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Nice butt. I am meaning the cedrus befr anyone starts mocking.... 😉 k

 

(hope it mills well) 

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1 minute ago, Khriss said:

Nice butt. I am meaning the cedrus befr anyone starts mocking.... 😉 k

 

(hope it mills well) 

No, it’s rubbish, too big, concrete in big wounds, punky in places. Going to rot in the corner of a field.

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Nice work mick! I absolutely love the ladders, reminds me of a classic photo of one of the guys i used to work with, 3 sets of ladders strapped up a big cedar in Suffolk in the 80's. Easier than body thrusting on 3 strand!

 

Was the rot caused by the removal of those big limbs in the past do you think?

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2 minutes ago, josharb87 said:

Nice work mick! I absolutely love the ladders, reminds me of a classic photo of one of the guys i used to work with, 3 sets of ladders strapped up a big cedar in Suffolk in the 80's. Easier than body thrusting on 3 strand!

 

Was the rot caused by the removal of those big limbs in the past do you think?

Good question Josh, here’s the answer.....

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On 07/05/2019 at 20:37, josharb87 said:

Nice work mick! I absolutely love the ladders, reminds me of a classic photo of one of the guys i used to work with, 3 sets of ladders strapped up a big cedar in Suffolk in the 80's. Easier than body thrusting on 3 strand!

 

Was the rot caused by the removal of those big limbs in the past do you think?

Was that on an estate owned by a brewery, after the great storm?

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9 hours ago, Gary Prentice said:

Was that on an estate owned by a brewery, after the great storm?

I don't think so, i was in Cambridge working for a cambridge firm, might be mistaken, but sure the guys said it was in Saxmundham, at the church next to the big hill, which was only a few miles from where i grew up, hence remembering it.

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