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About AJStrees

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  • Birthday 03/01/1979

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    Trees, Fungi, Photography, wildlife, Historic Houses & Gardens
  • Occupation
    Woodland and Arboretum manager
  • Post code
    TN6 3RB
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  1. AJStrees


    Nice. Haven’t had a chance to mill up any walnut myself. But it looks great. Don’t get much where I am. Good luck with it! [emoji106]
  2. AJStrees


    Lovely colours in that. Did you do the boards at 40mm for a special purpose? Just wondering. [emoji106]
  3. Very tidy. Cracking colours on that Elm.
  4. Thats a decent size swarm there.
  5. What sort of price on those?
  6. P. wallichiana has 3 needles and can be fairly fragile looking. But the length of those needles seems longer than usual.
  7. AJStrees


    But back to Gary's new chainsaw. Looks really good. Hope it does you well for many years to come!
  8. AJStrees


    Oh absolutely 92cc will be far better for milling. Just saying..... I think it is important to help people get into milling without having to spend their lives savings to get going, having the milling experience is a great thing. I started with an eco mill and a 365 with a 28 inch bar, then upgraded to a 36" lo pro, milled up a load of big sweet chestnut and other stuff, then got the 92cc saws which certainly made it all that more exciting and then got a 48" lo pro. One day I will be able to afford a panther mill, until then, got lots of sticks to mill up.
  9. AJStrees


    Don't want to make anyone wrong here, but I have run a 36" lo pro on a husky 365, did fairly well. Bit slower than a 92cc saw, but it did mill well.
  10. AJStrees


    Much smaller than the 365? Similar spec no?
  11. AJStrees


    Looks good. How much did that set you back? What’s the weight like? If you don’t mind me asking Gary.
  12. wet and grey this morning. Then bright blue sky and sunshine!!!
  13. Cheers Gary, yes everything seems a bit later than normal here. I reckon its the long cold spell we've had. Goslings haven't hatched yet and orchard trees are coming in to flower now which is pretty late.
  14. Not necessary all spring related, but a few recent photos taken in spring.


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