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9 minutes 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.

 

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What loader have you got?

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5 minutes ago, bigtreedon said:

In 18 years of contract climbing I have never turned up to a job and refused to climb the tree or trees I have turned up and changed the plan of works possibly felling or the tree cant be rigged cos of it been dead for so long or possibly said we need some sort of hydrolic assistance crane such like ! I have always since I first wanted to climb never wanted to be the man that says no I wanted to be a problem solver not a problem creator that's my view on why I'm there to solve getting that tree or trees down as efficiently and safely as possible I have a couple of times had to think of the sherbrook dead tree video above the sky walk as a bit motivation if Graham can do that I can certainly get my arse up some poxy 80ft dead tree in England 🤣

 

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

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16 minutes ago, woody paul said:

Cherry picker was hired, loader is a Tobroco giant 204. 

some time in the future I believe everyone will need a loader, I am not there yet... 

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1 minute ago, AJStrees said:

some time in the future I believe everyone will need a loader, I am not there yet... 

Been a big change in the way I work, timber moved out in large as possible pieces and then lifted with trailer and crane, chipper can be moved in to gardens easy and brash moved to chipper.

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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.

 

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A horrible job very well executed.

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