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Darrin Turnbull

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  1. I’ve had the 150 for a long time now. I wouldn’t think twice buying a new one if needed. fast cutting chain , lightweight and best of all compact.
  2. I remembered seeing a wooden bath tub years ago. just been reading on a German website that wood with high resin content like Larch is suitable. https://www.blumenberg-gmbh.de/holzbadewannen/
  3. Haven’t read everything. but maybe Beech are the exception. they don’t have the dead bark that most trees have only sometimes at the bottom trunk.
  4. Looking good. Sharpening chains directly on the bar would be useful.
  5. No idea. what about, Phytophthora root rot
  6. Super Sad to hear of his death and of cause the circumstances.
  7. Crazy heat for climbing . A cooling down tip is boots and socks off and feet in a bucket full of water for 10 minutes.
  8. I wonder how them nooks and crannies will Cope with resin.
  9. https://www.bbc.com/news/av/uk-england-somerset-48693846/woman-fined-150-for-feeding-pigeon-sausage-roll-in-bath Seems very easy to make costly mistakes in the UK
  10. You could swing the branch back towards the stem and cut it from there. be careful working on dead trees and rigging. always use the safest method.
  11. Here’s something from tree stuff and Mark Bridge https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1256263037862044&id=39451900981&refsrc=http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FrwyIQ2ZdAx&_rdr


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