I voted both, though due to the confusion about what a logger is, I get lumped into be called a "logger". I am a journeyman faller/climber, I don't know s%@# about logging, nor do I desire to be involved in such savage activity.
I guess I am all alone in the logger department so far. Any climbing I have done has been recreational, or on my own land. I will be starting a small logging job next week using these two enormous hunks of iron.:roll: I will be cutting a mix of oak, cherry, and hard maple.
I picked both, I haven't logged for four years now but when I did I was a climbing logger so that's gotta be both. And I figure because everytime I talk to my old boss he nearly begs me to come out and rig some spars for him I musta been doing something right. I miss highleading, just wish I coulda made better money doing it locally. Ha anyone on here who has done highlead logging is gonna think I'm mental for my last comment but I do actually miss it, highleading is hardcore logging, not for the faint of heart.
Hmmm, not sure if I'm qualified to vote, I aint a climber, per se, and the felling/thinning work I do is only a small percentage of my income. I do enjoy felling work, but then I enjoy all aspects of tree work. I'm just lucky I suppose.
Dad blame it Butch. Thar ain't no "pick pruner of shrubs" choice.
I clicked both because I have done both professionally but logging isn't a significant part of what I do now.
In truth "Climb occassionally and dink around in the shrubberry" encapsulates it best.