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  1. Sagetown

    Sagetown Farmer and a STIHL

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    Much better now that I made it through Sunday School. Difficulty past week studying for this morning's lesson. For an old country bumpkin who's vocabulary isn't much more than a yup, or a nope, to speak for an hour in front of a congregation is like a green horn sawing down a giant oak with a 12" chainsaw. That said; I give God all the glory. :bowdown:
     
  2. Sagetown

    Sagetown Farmer and a STIHL

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    The spoils of this upcoming generation.
    Like finding a needle in a haystack these days.
     
  3. Michigan Escapee

    Michigan Escapee ArboristSite Operative

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    Got lightly scorched at the air show on saturday. I take the tunnel probably mon-tues to visit tukwilla/sea-tac area. Then we'll see if a jet falls out of the sky on me. ;)
     
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    Michigan Escapee ArboristSite Operative

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    Found some drone footage of M'town. It would seem as if this is sort of an improptu mother of all chainsaw nuts get together going on for the next, oh, 3-4 weeks. Certainly Alliant has rolled out every bucket truck and crew they own. Not to mention, just about half the trees in town have been flattened, ripped apart, spagettified, etc. etc.
     
  5. Stihl working hard

    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Anytime my friend :rock2:
     
  6. Stihl working hard

    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Good evening Larry glad your day went well
     
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    Stihl working hard Is it Friday yet

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    Good morning AS ers sipping coffee we had rain and wind all night ,doesn’t look like it’s going to stop any time soon though .Hope everyone had a great day today :drinkingcoffee::happy:
     
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    Good evening, Hope everyone had a good day :)
     
  9. chipper1

    chipper1 Living Life to the Full

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    Good morning all :drinkingcoffee:.
    Well a little past morning here, but not to late for coffee :sweet:.
    Had a good day all things ciconsider, missed our church meeting today, trying to get better, besides I'm sure me hacking and coughing wouldn't have been real pleasant for the others. Did have some company this afternoon so that was a nice surprise as is the great weather, 73 here now :).
    Have a good evening guys.
     
  10. RAYINTOMBALL

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    Howdy Brian. Turned out really well buddy:clap:. I'll take some of the cool air too. Coming back from BILs in Forney today was quite toasty.:givebeer: 20180722_172107.jpg
     
  11. PhilMcWoody

    PhilMcWoody Recharging Battery

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    great stuff Tony .. I am trying to figure out how the guide ladder works.
    Would love to see video how that works, but don't get hurt doing it.
    Those are some huge stump-ends.
     
  12. PhilMcWoody

    PhilMcWoody Recharging Battery

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    Hi Ray, yes it was a fun ride.

    The long and the short of it was the mechanic at the bike shop — where I'm a club member — said the old rim was unserviceable.

    They got me a new wheel at a very good price installed, plus they put my Campagnolo Centaur cassette from the old wheel onto the new wheel, plus the transfer of the tyre and tube, along with a free switcheroo of pedals from one bike to another and vice-versa, which I requested while I picked up the bike. All for a great price. They lost some knuckle skin in the process as the pedals were a *****. I feel like I should bring them a pack of cold beers too!

    The new rim has already hit a couple of hard potholes and survived. The roads are still rough as we've ever seen them here after a bad winter of freeze thaw and a lot of spots unrepaired.
     
  13. PhilMcWoody

    PhilMcWoody Recharging Battery

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    We certainly enjoyed your bit of fun with us Tony.

    I could always use a good rat snake for the garage area, maybe, but I'd prefer a rat dog, lol.
    Maybe one of these Jack Russel terriers...

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    PhilMcWoody Recharging Battery

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    For sure, Moondoggie,
    Hope the travels went well today and phase one is going as smoothly as possible.
    That said, the reality of these things can be pretty hard going. But we pray for these things to go as smoothly as possible.
     
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    I don't know how auto correct made Hughes into booze. And the losing bidder moaned, not mined. I just like stating some of the odd ideas that comes in my ear or hole in my skull. Other times I read it before posting or just after and delete em. Glad to provide a smile here and there. I told a couple folks about the local snake store aspect and the trap. I sure enjoyed the way they cracked up
    Rest easy folkF
     
  16. Sty57

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    Thanks Ray!
    Man them are some brutal temps. I'll take the cold any day.

    Mama wanted a bulletin board......so ask and she receives.
    Had some leftovers and was able to throw something together.
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    stihlaficionado God of ArboristSite

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    Any more b&c combos? I mean then it comes down to felling wedges or hatchets then felling wedges.
     
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    Morning! 58*/80*F
     

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