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Didn't look tho it would fit even if they did fell it correctly? I would of never even considered felling it!!!

 

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Would have suggested doing it in two. But without seeing rest of garden it may have been able to go other way in two easy.

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Can't believe they'd dismantled the others in sections and yet decided to do that one as a single fell. Not like it was unclimbable... Still, every day is a lesson, eh?

 

 

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Looks like he went through the majority of the hinge when he was fanning around the back! I reckon the boys on the pulling line weren't pulling hard enough!

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Yea that was my guess cut through part of the hing to his right leaving a bit of a hold on his left steering it to ward the house . Why section the ones furthest away then try the nearest on a oner !

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Perhaps he likes a challenge or the home owner used to bully him in.school or maybe he was offended by the drab coloured butterfly perched on the roof.

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I said, "Can your mate fell that pine over there?"

He said, "Course he can"

I said, "No the scotty next to it"

 

Thankyou thankyou, I'm here all week.:001_smile:

 

Get off ( throws rotten cabbage ) :lol::biggrin::lol:

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