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Yard work is almost fun. Took two more trees down today. This one was 65 ft. That leaves 14, 50+ ft trees to go.

Anything 2" and under gets fed in to the chipper.

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These trees rot real bad in the center. The spot where the RC can is, you can push a screwdriver in and carve it out. I don't want one of these trees to hit my house or a neighbors house.

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This one could only hit the back of my house. House is 100 deg to the right, 40 ft away. 

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Paul Bunyan have fun with the tree cutting.  I did 4 ash trees last year and it was fun at the time but, I still have a few logs to get rid of, lol.

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3 hours ago, 2point1 said:

Yard work is almost fun.

Yes it is, right up until it's 95+ degrees, much less fun then.

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3 minutes ago, Jeff Matthews said:

How much carbon dioxide could those trees have cleaned?  :huh:

 

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26 minutes ago, Jeff Matthews said:

How much toilet paper could those trees have made?  :huh:

 

Last time i wiped with leaves i ended up having itchy *** for a few days.:(

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3 hours ago, jason str said:

 

Last time i wiped with leaves i ended up having itchy *** for a few days.:(

 

Leaves of three, don't wipe with thee...

 

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Those aren't trees, they are big bushes. Most of mine are 3 to 5 feet in diameter at the trunk. My mower could handle most of yours.

 

JJK

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15 hours ago, jason str said:

 

Last time i wiped with leaves i ended up having itchy *** for a few days.:(

You are suppose to use corn cobs.:)

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Four more trees on the ground today. This is what is left of the tops and branches under 2". 30 minutes of chipping.

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Those trees really sneak up on you, don't they?  They are easy to trim when they are little, but they are little and don't need cropping.  Then when you realize they are a problem, they are over your roof and impossible to trim without major effort.

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19 hours ago, Jeff Matthews said:

How much toilet paper could those trees have made?  :huh:

A bunch, or you could just have a nice little fire for new years eve .

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6 hours ago, JJkizak said:

Those aren't trees, they are big bushes. Most of mine are 3 to 5 feet in diameter at the trunk. My mower could handle most of yours.

 

JJK

My neighbor has two Oak trees that are as wide as my pick up. He wants to take the big one down. I suggested using a match. This is the biggest one I cut on my property.

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2 hours ago, wvu80 said:

Those trees really sneak up on you, don't they?  They are easy to trim when they are little, but they are little and don't need cropping.  Then when you realize they are a problem, they are over your roof and impossible to trim without major effort.

You got that right. A few years from now and I won't be able to do this. No way can I afford to pay to have it done.

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This is a tree. Not on my property but close.

JJK

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2 hours ago, 2point1 said:

My neighbor has two Oak trees that are as wide as my pick up. He wants to take the big one down. I suggested using a match. This is the biggest one I cut on my property.

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That's a shame.  Around here oak trees are gold and unless a tornado hits, are known to live hundreds of years and don't just fall on things.

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