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Now wheres that beautiful place? looks a nice spot. 
Was it felling into the wind? 

North of Manchester,
It was a bit windy, but the lad did good.

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Thats another 10" birch or roady down as some might say !!!! as thats all we do ?  only 3 to go out of 182 trees,, bottom 12.5 mtrs calculated out at 7.52 tonne 

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Back on it today, main workshop rafters are all up, ridge beam up on log store, will start tying roof in tomoz all being well and weather permitting!


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