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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by PWRCRZR, Oct 17, 2008.
One bad thing about living on a hill..... f'ing windy. :huh
Same here. I going to fell that big tree behind the garage tonight.
Great pics, Don!
Yer as crazy as some of those motorcycle folks I know.
psssssssst...Rich...we're one day closer to Spring. 16 days 'til the downhill slide the other way.
Just remember, if it falls and hits it (wind and such), you're covered. If you do it, not so much.
That about sums up how I feel, not much use for snow. Now there is just that much less to melt when the real spring gets here..
I've had training. Notch undercut, bridge hinge and escape route are terms I am very familiar with.
Wind - I haven't ever seen my big oaks swinging like they were this morning. :huh Glad they are away from the house.
Running on genny and bridging internet through my phone right now.
how about the term....sheet, never saw it go that way before...run
or ...wasn't supposed to do that...or I didn't realize it was that tall...
All statements made by amateurs.
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Hope you um, knocked on wood before blurting that out.
Like I said, amateur. As I see it he is missing a fair amount of equipment. Wedges and a saw with the proper length bar for starters.
That is painful to watch.
Defective tree training?
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Boy it would be an awfully nice day to quit early and go for a ride....but my boss is a d^*# so I guess I will keep working
Arts & Crafts method
(not for a windy day)
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I can't hear those words over the roar of the engine of my harvester....
that tree seems to have a sweep in the wrong direction....
Ohhhh c'mon. He needed a new porch on the cottage anyhow! You can plainly see that from the beginning...
He just couldn't convince his wife any other way.
Two points ...
Escape route. Good
Never run with saw. Fail