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    Hackney, N16
  • Interests
    music, tree climbing, making music.
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    N16 9LJ
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  1. Treestumptom

    Show your tractors

    My 6 cylinder diesel Major pretty much there now ready for action, now on the hunt for a big old winch to go on the back.
  2. Treestumptom

    Storm Diana

    I felled a bendy only uce had me with sea legs when I got down [emoji23]
  3. Treestumptom

    Storm Diana

    Anyone else get out of the crown alive today [emoji23]
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    Where are ya based then spud
  5. Treestumptom


    Who is spud [emoji1]
  6. Treestumptom


    Hi guys, I’m looking to find a good service workshop to get my 020t looked at. I’m in Stoke Newington. is there any workshops near me you’d recommend?
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    On one of the main stems of the plane tree I have been inspecting, I came across this measuring about 8 inches. On such a significant part of the tree, what are the actions to take? Further up the crown it seemed to be heathy with a few long scraggly dead bits. At this stage is monitoring all that can be done? I must add I am new to Massaria inspections And appreciate new information on the disease Cheers!!
  8. Treestumptom

    the 'todays job' thread

    Massaria inspections/removal
  9. Treestumptom

    Arb insurance

    Thanks guys that’s really helpful and how about personal accident insurance?
  10. Treestumptom

    Arb insurance

    Hey guys I thought I’d just ask about professional insurance. I am thinking of getting some as a free lance climber, is there any good insurance company’s you’d recommend? Also any advice with it would be appreciated! Cheers
  11. Treestumptom

    Show your tractors

    You can’t go wrong with a major
  12. Treestumptom

    Over seas

    Hi guys, Can anyone fill me in on what the process is with working abroad in Forestry or Arb? Cheers T
  13. Treestumptom

    SpiderJack 3

    Thanks mate, looks like zigzag may be the way to go, yeah I came off the end of my short rope thinking it was the long one and yanked the figure of 8 thinking it was a twist in my rope! [emoji23] rookie 17yr error. 21 now I’m climbing every day, I can’t and won’t do digging that’s all I won’t do aha glad your well too cheers! [emoji1377]
  14. Treestumptom

    SpiderJack 3

    Hi mate, That was a really interesting read, thanks a lot I appreciate it, when is the new zigzag out?
  15. Treestumptom

    Need any logs split?

    Hi mate, I have just seen this sorry for not replying to your gracious reply 4 years ago I really appreciate it, I live in London with a full time job as a climber now and will be looking to move down to the south in a year or so, if that’s where you are I’ll give you a shout if your looking for people then


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