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    Default The Official Work Pictures Thread

    The other thread got full (?) so here we go again!


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    Nothing fancy, but I have the camera here, just after getting some "after" pics.


    Removed 6 trees from near the barn and canopy raised 4. Cleared out some other trees in front of what will be a goat house/ enclosure.

    Cleared out a row of trees that was between the house and a now gone quonset hut, canopy raising some cedars and fir for a view out to the pasture and creek.
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    Clear it out and clean it up!

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    Clear it out, and let the HO clean it up!!!!
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    Deadwooding some fairly tall lombos. Tallest was maybe 110'. Finished em in 5.5 hrs of climbing, kinda tired after!

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    Those look like horrid trees to work on. What are they called?
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    Lombardy poplars. Pretty easy actually. Just set a line and go...these trees made me want both a line launcher and a wraptor! That and I realize my throwline is only like 150'

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    They dont get that big around here!
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    We have a lot of lombardy's in the rural areas around here too. For some reason, they spook me out... Last one I pruned, we ziplined out 40' tip-tied deadwood sections. Talk about sh-t everywhere.

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    Bleagh!