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    Yea, the poor thing needs to go... good job!

    Nice reduction, Mick!

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    Since we had a decent rain last night, I decided to save a downed tree in creek clean up till a bit later in the day. Had the boss and both ground guys giving me suggestions for this storm damaged cherry. It had a good angle and a lot of tension on another tree. The brain trust was still coming up with a complicated plan when I dropped it. That beautiful log has been cut into firewood and wheel barreled out of the back yard. Back to the lovely smelling creek mud for the afternoon

    Looks like they made a good decision on that pine removal Rich
    Nice looking reduction Mick
    -Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggun View Post
    Another job that has been in the pipeline for a while, just waiting for suitable time, weather and my shoulder to get better.

    This pine had pretty extensive dieback, pretty typical for this area. Originally it was down to deadwood but it would have left a ugly tree and more than likely would need to be one again in a couple of years. When we were discussing what we caused it the issue of landscaping and the fact the customer had remove around 5 major roots a couple of years ago when they had drainage put in the driveway.

    They decide to remove the tree. Customer helped out, chipped everything we could to use on the lot. Lots cut and left to 30cm for him to split for firewood. Rain held off and the shoulder felt pretty good.

    A couple of pictures the customer took.
    Looks like the homeowner has a couple really old Husqvarnas

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    Yes he did, they ran pretty well but you could have “riden bare arsed to Blackpool on them”!

    That was probably his effort to sharpen them. He said he got stuck down a rabbit hole on YouTube yesterday watching Buckin’ Billy Ray.
    Rich.

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    We've been working at a large project down at the castle on Island Mn, where we logged 7 weeks last summer.
    They have a LOT of dying ash trees between their fields.
    As they die, they fall into the fields and become a complete nuisance.

    So we suggested to the owner, that we take them all out at once.
    They'll all be chipped and the amount of chips generated should pay for the whole thing, more or less.
    We are talking 1000s of trees, here.

    The Feller buncher goes first, taking out what it can handle, then the handfallers move in and finally everything is forwarded out.

    We had really bad weather this week, rain the whole time. Working 10 hour days while soaked is not fun.
    My truck got bogged down in a field, the Feller buncher was handy for getting it free.

    By the time we finish, we'll have made somewhere near 3000 cubic meters of chips!!!

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    Great stuff Stig, youre really putting the numbers on the board atm.

    Get a new truck though, that thing is shit.
    Im condescending, that means I talk down to people.


    Mick

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    Y'all have the tool and know how to get it done...cool gig! Amazing project.
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    Does that feller have a chainsaw, or does it force a blade through the tree?

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    It looks like a blade, to me.

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    Sweet commute today, less than 500 feet from my couch. Rotten base oak, headed for neighbors house. Sideways pics just for you Butch!

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