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D Mc
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Climber specialist, owner operator together with w

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D Mc

ArboristSite Operative, from Western Montana

D Mc was last seen:
Apr 20, 2011
    1. Greystoke
      Greystoke
      Should have it tomorrow. Have to let you check it out sometime=) Sounds like we will be getting together Mid-June. Hope you guys are staying busy...Take care!
    2. Greystoke
      Greystoke
      Good mornin Dave!
    3. hedAke
      hedAke
      oooh, look at me snooping around in the forums! What cool rigging threads are going on? It's time to start producing that Rigging Manual I've been gelling about in my brain. Since you are a serial surfer of this media, perhpas you could point me to some of the active ones. I will look up everything that Reg Coates has ever posted, plus Mark Chisholm (man, that will be several thousand posts), Mahk Adams, Scott Prophett....gads, I could really use your help as far as narrowing all this down a bit.

      Where are the smilies in here? No smilies?
    4. Ed Roland
      Ed Roland
      Reckon we could set a marline or two with the throwball and tie the tail with a running bowline above the knotch. Work the backcut to correspond with pull force to prevent barber or breakage. Wide open Knotch. tie spar to butt. Pull the dead leaner 180 into the hill.
    5. Greystoke
      Greystoke
      Thanks for getting back to me Dave. Yeah, I am kinda learning as I go on here, thanks for the heads up. I look forward to seeing you guys sometime! Thanks,

      Cody
    6. Greystoke
      Greystoke
      Hey Dave, How's it going? I need to get together with you guys again. I just wanted to say a Big THANKS for reffering that Victor job to me! It really helped out. Glad that I joined and look forward to learning from more Pro's like yourself. Glad to be on here with you guys, and look forward to chatting, Thanks,

      Cody
    7. Ed Roland
      Ed Roland
      Found my Kitplanes magazine. Sure do like that part 103 legal backyard flyer! Any practical use in residential arborculture? Then i could write off the taxes. Still need to convince my wife that I NEED this thing.
    8. Ed Roland
      Ed Roland
    9. Ed Roland
      Ed Roland
      Dave, before i finish up some of our session notes i have to run this by you guys. I am not comfortable with the product soil activators on the market for trees. Seems like snake oil to me. The ag industry uses this product at a rate of tons per acre. Can a 40lb bag of microbe feed really be beneficial in an urban setting? thoughts?
    10. D Mc
      D Mc
      Take care, that tempest is not in a teapot!!
    11. Ed Roland
      Ed Roland
      Squall, came through last nite. High winds, sideways rain. Light breeze this morning with sun. Stepping out onto the rooftop widows walk to observe the Antlantic.
      She is angry today, my friend.
    12. Ed Roland
      Ed Roland
      I was looking forward to our discussion today but got hung up. Almost made it in time.
      Sunny and 70 degrees. Light wind oceanside. Playground, beach, grill, rounded out my afternoon.
      Enjoy the weekend!
    13. Ed Roland
      Ed Roland
      huh? when did we get this feature???
      Hey, man.
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    Location:
    Western Montana
    Occupation:
    Climber specialist, owner operator together with w
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    Have been climbing trees for as long as I can remember. Was first introduced to commercial tree work by Ed Hobbs in 1968. This was a life-changing experience for which I am very thankful. Still climbing full time.

    RC flying, motorcycles, enjoying the mountains.
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