Discussion in 'Awakenings' started by Daniel, Nov 29, 2017.
But it hit the arbs truck harder..
OMG. Is there anyone here on the Buzz that looked at the tree and the drop zone and thought that might work??? If so, best to keep it to yourself.
Years ago, one of the other crews returned to the shop with a big dent on the hood and cab roof of their chip truck. Turns out it was a similar situation: They were working at one house and a different tree company was working at the house next door. They said the other company brought their entire fleet of trucks and equipment, but decided to notch and flop. Yup, hit our guy's chip truck, parked in front of our client's house.
Trees -N - Paving may have been a clue
...a subsidiary of Trees-N-Roofing
...Slappynutz McFinklestein proprietor
Looks like they could have notched it below the first limbs and been fine?
Yeah or if they had a paving job that day instead...
They can repair your driveway after they wreck it.
Dumb and dumber tree service ! Lol probably did too many lines of blow before that circus started
We have some local hacks with a few trucks labeled, " Tree Service and Fence Repair". I'd swear it was a joke, had I not seen it myself.
With a stronger pull and facing the tree up a few degrees the other direction, it might have worked.
Ha, the owner's last name is Sawyer.
Well if'n it won't fit, we'z can just puts are truk in front.
You're giving them a lot of credit with the ARB comment. Lol. I Think dudes with saws is more like it
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