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    I've been looking through some pics of hinges from the last year... posting up a few pics ... nothing too crazy...

    some standard, some not so standard...


    this one not so standard
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    here's a fat boy
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    tapered ash
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    big whiskers
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    gutted hinge
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    high hinge above decay..

    Is this boring ???
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    Yes, boring.
    If it looks like I asked a question, but put a period, it's probably a question.
    Don't know why I'm question-mark challenged online. 😀 New Year's Resolution, better proof reading.

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    Boring like plunge cut boring the back cut.. or boring like been there done that????

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    Both. Old news.

    Even big trees are commonplace out here. I did a leisurely 42"x 160' grand-fir, solo climbing and ground work, three easy partial days while my kid was at summer camp so I had about 5 hours per day to unload, work, reload and leave for pick-up. Chipped, ground, mulch spread, logs stacked for the mobile mill. No sweat. No stress. No damage to the building, fence, or driveway below. meh. Just a tree.

    I've pulled over rotten, leaning, big second growth from over a multimillion dollar bathroom with a 65 hp, 40 year old skidder, rotten through, then cut rotten as a drum 5', neutral doug-fir, easy 200'+, again next to the multimillion dollar bathroom (Puget Sound waterfront park).


    A couple plain hinge pics, so what? No offense. Hard pulls on small trees.

    Reg's giant dead, decaying fir climbing-dismantles, exciting.
    Tahune airwalk, exciting.
    If it looks like I asked a question, but put a period, it's probably a question.
    Don't know why I'm question-mark challenged online. 😀 New Year's Resolution, better proof reading.