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If that car park gets busier you will have to watch out.
Can get on site until 10:30 as all the deliver vans are loading up. Stuff trying to work around that.

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4 hours ago, Ian Flatters said:

Can get on site until 10:30 as all the deliver vans are loading up. Stuff trying to work around that. emoji23.png

You would need to speak multiple languages to get through to drivers you can't park there. 

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Stone dead spruce today to hot to work had drank 6L of water buy 11.30am started at 5am ti try get done before the heat got to bad 38 degrees this morning 20190724_065126.jpeg20190724_072900.jpeg20190724_072915.jpeg20190724_084401.jpeg20190724_080015.jpeg20190724_091833.jpeg20190724_073644.jpeg20190724_101358.jpegScreenshot_20190724-144507_BBC%20Weather.jpeg

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Same here Don, took the afternoon off.  By 11 my T-shirt was sopping wet.

 

Not really an option (skiving off in the afternoon) when you’re there to work.

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46 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Same here Don, took the afternoon off.  By 11 my T-shirt was sopping wet.

 

Not really an option (skiving off in the afternoon) when you’re there to work.

I was back to the yard for 2pm mick totally done in

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9 minutes ago, bigtreedon said:

I was back to the yard for 2pm mick totally done in

  Crazy heat for climbing . A cooling down tip is boots and socks off and feet in a bucket full of water for 10 minutes.

 

 

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Lombardy poplar today was hot but a bit of a breeze up top took the edge off it till I get back on the ground and pick up husky 3120 to fell and log butt. 

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13 minutes ago, woody paul said:

Lombardy poplar today was hot but a bit of a breeze up top took the edge off it till I get back on the ground and pick up husky 3120 to fell and log butt. 

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Previously topped or not?

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Gave the little echo a good run on these rings, mostly ash and beech with some sycamore, very dirty with grit as they were on the boundary of an old sand pit. Killed three chains.
It was a tight squeeze getting them into the shed. Thankfully somebody had widened the lower portion of the door previously and the bucket just squeezed in.
I enjoyed the trips up and down the lane, spotted a little fungal growth too..20190723_150729.jpeg20190723_170831.jpeg20190723_151126.jpeg20190723_155026.jpeg20190723_192016.jpeg20190723_192034.jpeg20190723_155400.jpeg

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