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  1. Treezybreez

    How does Coronavirus COVID-19 alter our workflow?

    I will be attempting a hazardous removal tomorrow. It's out on a farm in the middle of the Boone docks. Hopefully the goats will keep their social distancing.
  2. Treezybreez

    Anyone selling a SRS device?

    The Bulldog Bone is the most trouble free SRS device that I have used to date. Gordon keeps making improvements or options. There's a new spine that you can flip when one side wears out. Also there's a new top friction point option that's oval shaped and should give a longer running time. I'll...
  3. Treezybreez

    How would you remove this broken dead tree that's resting on a nearby tree?

    Open face notch as low on the trunk as possible facing the opposite direction as top. Leave a thick hinge. Use throw line to pull a running bowline close to the break. Pull on line from a safe distance with 5/1 ma or truck.
  4. Treezybreez

    How does Coronavirus COVID-19 alter our workflow?

    For those of you who got the short end of the roll.
  5. Treezybreez

    How does Coronavirus COVID-19 alter our workflow?

    Well, my wife started buying a year's worth of TP from Amazon last year. She had just purchased a year's worth of TP about a month before everyone decided that TP was the bee's knees. All that to say, if there's any of you out there with a GRCS and a less than adequate hygiene, I can think of a...
  6. Treezybreez

    Grassroots for Bernie Sanders 2016

    What are you talking about? Trump's not finished making America great again.
  7. Treezybreez

    What happens when trees near buried electrical service cables are struck by lightning?

    I heard of a story about a lightning strike that hit a satellite dish, traveled down the ground wire and completely unburied a steel water line all the way out to the spigot in the yard.
  8. Treezybreez

    Today....

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/jAFwWhg3KdHxQaEv9 Climbed with my buddy Jon today. He was injured in Iraq and was thrilled to leave the wheel chair behind. He climbed approximately 65'!
  9. Treezybreez

    Crane accident...

    Wow, that is a tough one. How much time did the OP have under his belt with tree work?
  10. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    It keeps reminding me of the wood grain of a Black Jack Oak, but I don't think you have them out there.
  11. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    Pacific Madrone?
  12. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    Center slab Big Leaf Maple?
  13. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    Widest boards are 10 1/2"
  14. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    Yes, Persimmon. That's why golf clubs used to be called Woodies.
  15. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    You guys are still in the rough.
  16. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    Not Beechwood. Swing and a miss, that's a clue.
  17. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    Is the lowest one an Elm?
  18. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    The pink stuff is Eastern Red Cedar, but no hits on the Yellowish.
  19. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    @evo did that work?
  20. Treezybreez

    ID this grain cut

    Milling lumber in Waxhaw
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