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    b) The MS 661 C-M
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    661 / 395

    Pm'ed you.
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    I thought it was all over.

    Lovely job [emoji106]
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    mecanil grapple saw

    You're just envious you don't have one [emoji12]
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    Happy saint Patrick’s day👍

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    Happy saint Patrick’s day👍

    Happy St Patrick's Day to one and all!
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    Making the news today....

    If you believe the daily mail you'll believe anything
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    Good on ya first boy stick to you guns [emoji106][emoji106]
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    The Wee Chipper Club

    Probably the blade was not sharp
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    Putting Pruning in Context

    Excellent well considered and written article agree with all the principles written.
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    I hate it when.......

    People you've made the effort and spent time and money for, to visit their house / site, meet them, discuss their requirements and figure out a quote for, then they don't even have the courtesy to get back to you and let you know whether they received your quote and if they would like to accept it or not [emoji35][emoji35][emoji35][emoji83][emoji83][emoji83] blood boils
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    The Essential Equipment for any Entry-Level Arborist

    Well written guide Landmark - I wish I had read something like this when starting up. The advice I would give anyone starting up and signing up for their training courses is: Choose a course provider that does not make you first buy all the equipment and tools they say are necessary for the course, before you even know what most of it is or what it does! and that's not even including course fees! Choose a training provider that will loan you chainsaws, tools, climbing gear for the training, even if they charge more it's better than spending upwards of a £1000 just to buy the gear to do the course. Spend money on your gear later, when you have the experience to know what you actually want to spend your hard earned on and what you think will benefit you most for your everyday workload. [emoji106]
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    How to buy your first Bit of Bitcoin - Step 1

    Wow - what a load of hassle - any point to doing this? I hate remembering 10million usernames and passwords ...
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    Tree Surveyor/Officer Birmingham

    Birmingham - the next Sheffield LOL
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    Still looking for the perfect log pick

    Thanks mattyf - I don't actually know what works for me yet as I haven't got one yet, ignore my first post which didn't actually post what I'd written ! but I am looking to buy one to save my back at the yard and on jobs - so interested in opinions of who's used the different brands already: - Ochenskopf 1100 mm (= 43.3" )at Clark Forest is the longest one I could find online - but I have heard some reservations about the "sticking power" of the point. The Oregon one is nicely shaped and a nice point - but a bit short for a tall person at only 28" - I don't see the point of getting a log pick / hookaroon / pickaroon if you still have to bend to get it stuck in and pick stuff off the floor, even more so if the piece is not directly below you because then you need more length again - Then there's the logrite hookaroon - 36" long but the aluminum round handle won't orient the pick point in your hand by feel as you pick it up it - and maybe the point looks a bit fragile? The handle May be tougher than a wooden handle though ... Leaning towards the Ochsenkopf at the moment I think ... @NI Tree you sound happy with yours?


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