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About TimberCutterDartmoor

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  • Birthday 21/05/1957

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  1. Yeah but that's what I was taught to do by my instructor! My point has nothing to do with the perceived severity of the operation... Kindly remove me from this forum please Steve.
  2. Tommorow I will prune a 1000 year old TPO'd veteran Oak with a grapple Skidder. Then lets see what you all say.
  3. It's constructive criticism, aiming to instill good working practices and ensure students aren't being taught incorrectly. The OP said "woodland skills". Either way, timber or arb operatives shouldn't be a) wasting timber, b) causing obstructions for forest machines and so on.
  4. 2nd pic: Gob size good but too high. If you're teaching them to fell that high they'll be chucked straight out of the woods on day 1.
  5. Got an excavator winch here but you'd have to pay haulage both ways plus day rate plus vat...
  6. Ha! No. I'm way behind with the "project"...
  7. I got a few fake documents off him. Fantastic service :thumbup1:
  8. Specifically oversize and arb waste or processor too?
  9. Yeah I reckon he got that! Just having a little joke which thou hast missed methinks.
  10. Lavery interview lol Jeremy Corbyn's car runs over BBC cameraman's FOOT as Labour leader arrives for crunch manifesto meeting Jeremy Corbyn's car runs over BBC cameraman's FOOT as Labour leader arrives for crunch manifesto meeting - Mirror Online
  11. Robert Miles' Children - the hit written to save clubbers' lives - BBC News
  12. Lose the water and go to coconut water. You live in one of the dullest places, miserable weather wise. This dry spell is probably a one-off golden opportunity to get some Vit-D, gets logs drying real well and it's frankly beautiful and you're complaining!


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