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5 hours ago, tree-fancier123 said:

Interesting, like your can do attitude, although iirc that sky walk tree he had his line in a good tree nearby

had to re-watch and this time I couldn't see any climbing line, only a line guying the dead tree, scary shit

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11 hours ago, woody paul said:

All week on conifers 90m long and 9 m wide bit tight for space round back and loader was kept busy, chipping up next week.









A horrible job very well executed.

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Bet you were glad of the mewp.
Either that or it would have to be Mark Bolam’s neck plunge technique.

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Client photos, nothing major imho but just so you know I’m still kicking.


Series of robinia leaning down a slope towards a house with a few power cables to spice it up.


Easy enough to be fair, stack the brush in situ, fell the butts so they don’t roll down the hill, hopefully finish tomorrow.


(cedar behind it would be a good days work!)





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