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Thread: Tree Removal - - Not for the Faint of Heart

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    Dec 2008
    Portland, Oregon

    Tree Removal - - Not for the Faint of Heart

    I never did like heights

    Jesus was a Woodworker

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    Mar 2007
    Escondido, CA
    Sheesh! And the final cuts were one-handed! Yikes!

    Some say the land of milk and honey; others say the land of fruits and nuts. All together my sort of heaven.

    Power is not taken. It is given. Who have you given yours to? Hmmmm?

    Carol Reed

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    Apr 2007
    No, not all of SoCal is Los Angeles!
    That made my legs rubbery ;-)
    Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
    - Arthur C. Clarke

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    Jun 2008
    GTA Ontario Canada
    Great commercial material for Stihl tools. Cannot imagine doing that and then using one hand to operate chainsaw. May 30 years ago.

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    May 2007
    Thomasville, GA
    I was puckered all the way through that video!!!!!
    Bill Arnold
    Citizen of Texas residing in Georgia.
    NRA Life Member and Member of Mensa
    My Weather Underground station

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    Nov 2006
    Mountain Home, Arkansas
    He sure looks very expert with that chain saw and knows what he is doing. Still a very dangerous occupation.
    And, agree, a serious YIKES!
    "Folks is funny critters."

    Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so, too. ~Voltaire

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    Jun 2007
    Oceanside, So. Calif. 5 mi. to the ocean
    I've done that---In the past and probably not over 25 feet from the ground. It is scary, even at that height. Even so, the last few trees removed were done by someone else---cluck, cluck, ka ducket!

    It was done like a real pro. Also, I did not see a single chicken feather float to earth, so that must be the man.

    That is one darn good looking 10" chain saw. The handle position is much better than the 16" I have now. AND, I repeat, the handle position, is much better for that one-handed stuff. I'm going to check that out and, perhaps, give Glenn and Myrna ulcers again. Now that is wishful thinking.

    There are so many things that this stiff ole' body just cannot do any more. Glenn got to install the last garbage disposal---I thought I was going to lose him as a son over that one. Then there is the rib I broke installing a new kitchen sink faucet. Don't get old. Not only do your brains leak out but parts become fragile. On the other hand, it is a GREAT life.

    Last edited by Jim C Bradley; 08-15-2013 at 01:26 PM.
    First of all you have to be smarter than the machine.

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