Lyle it is. If I remember right you and your buddies were demostrating some recrotching techniques. The Sherrill rep was there also. Does this sound familiar?Originally posted by BigJohn
Rich, would your good friend be Lyle? If so I think I remember meeting you at Pitt.
Originally posted by BigJohn
That it does Rich. I believe I was showing my variation of the Distal, Tim from Sherril was there with us showing us the new arbormaster saddle. Your a big guy redish hair glasses? I'm 6'4 215 brown hair glasses. I was at penn state last year and competed with Lyle. I remember you.
pole saw: when you are watching the news and you SAW the POLES for the presidential election.Originally posted by BigJohn
What's a pole saw?
Originally posted by dbeck
hey rich, if you are wanting to become a better climber (based on your comment about your partner being better than you), drop using a pole saw for trimming or placing lowering lines. I don't know how much you use one while working but I do know that id you stop using one, you will find ways to get to where you want to go or where you want to place your line.
I learned this from mr sean gere. he has been a climber in the itcc several times and he was the one who told me the same exact thing. thing was, he was right. i have evolved over the past 2 yrs since he told me this.
just try it. at first it will slow you down, but after time you will be ableto do more production than the guy who is always asking for a pole saw and your work will be of better quality.
best of all, the climb will be way more rewarding knowing you climbed to every cut in the tree!