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Is the rope they are pulling on attached to the climber or are they trying to pull the tree down :confused1:

 

The cutter is putting a " gob " in the LH stem and they are going to pull it over onto the brash pile . Seems fine to me .

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The cutter is putting a " gob " in the LH stem and they are going to pull it over onto the brash pile . Seems fine to me .

 

Glad you said "cutter", not climber, ladders :thumbdown:

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Glad you said "cutter", not climber, ladders :thumbdown:

 

Think he must have climbed up the stem to put the timber hitch on the pulling rope and the ladder is just were it was left when he accessed the tree .

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Why not just anchor rope to other tree.

 

I expect the LH limb is a natural leaner toward the building and so needs a tug to get it over centre . All looks normal to me ......

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