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ballibeg

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About ballibeg

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2013, 2014, 2015

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    Argyll
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  1. the 'todays job' thread

    Recent video I watched from Holland,
  2. Whats the weather like near you?

    Another scorcher...taps aff!
  3. Whats the weather like near you?

    Scorchio! 23c here.
  4. Of Interest? - Osprey Cam at Foulshaw Moss

    Osprey trying to nest in my wood but ravens driving it off repeatedly. Keeping sheep I'd rather have ospreys than ravens. Great aerial battles though!
  5. If it's a Royal mail parcel I expect same price as rest of UK.
  6. Assisted pulling technique?

    Taught this to use in self rescue scenarios on multi pitch climbs.
  7. Husky Spares Recommendations

    Abbey get there but it can be a long wait.
  8. Summoned to County Court

    You tell them you can't remember. That's the honest thing to do.
  9. That'll teach me took search the site!!!!
  10. softwood green weight cubicmeter weight conversion pine=m3=1.98 tonnes larch=m3=1.20 tonnes dougfir=m3=1.15tonnes spruce=m3=1.04tonnes Hardwood green weight cubicmeter conversion Beech=m3=0.97 tonnes Ash=m3=1.28 tonnes oak=m3=0.94 tonnes Average weight of seasoned timber 15%moisture content pine=m3=600kg larch=m3=500kg dougfir=m3=500kg spruce=m3=400kg hardwoods Beech=m3=720kg Ash=m3=700kg 0ak=m3=740kg
  11. Should help, http://arbtalk.co.uk/forum/forestry-woodland-management/13148-timber-weight-m3.html
  12. Little helicopter/generator job on Ben Nevis

    Brilliant!!!!
  13. Little helicopter/generator job on Ben Nevis

    Aonach Mor not the Ben I think?
  14. 372XP on .063?

    My 372 on 24 bar is a solid performer if I'm on top of the maintenance. Only time it struggle to pull was when I'd not cleaned the air filter properly.

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