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Re: Trees hung up in woods


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Posted by hermin the goose on February 04, 2002 at 17:21:57 from (65.165.181.184):

In Reply to: Trees hung up in woods posted by Dave M on February 04, 2002 at 07:12:54:

Dave
goodness where do i start- havin a bit of loggin+sawmill ex. i only ask no on the pole saw,
have made my share of mistakes- i have scars to remind me. snags are very hard to judge at times- skill+ proper tools are a great help.pulling them down is the safest way- big winch--big 40000 lbs is a nice size.
the forestryforum is a wonderful site, much knowledge.
you could cut the snags out- i do not like to- makes me think i am dead just do not know it yet.
without seeing it is hard to advise - can only think the worst. hollow trees, trees that dozy inside, trees full of shake, spring poles, snags- are can be hard to handle. safety eq. is a wonderful thing- good saw all the way to the funny footware, helps if you have a mistake.
be safe
ron




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