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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Maphesto View Post
    Ok, we all need mock this, but let's have a show of hands.... Who has actually done it?
    Not me, no way. Have a hard time just getting on an extension ladder over 10 ft.

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    fall protection tied off just in case
    I'm sure the star of the pic would have used the nearby "tie-off" wires if they'd been overhead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    Third World newbie to the First World?
    If real , how would you do that by yourself ? I see the ladder . You going to tell me he jumped in the bucket from there ? DUH , who is taking the pic . Kevin ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Maphesto View Post
    Butt hole was puckered tight enough to crush diamonds!
    You certainly have a gift for painting a mental picture with your words.
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    No pics but I saw my new neighbor cutting grass with his 3yo boy... no hearing protection...

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    Thanks Bubber for the post. I grew up in the redwoods and still am in awe every time I go visit them. It is criminal to want to take a chainsaw to these majestic giants. Being in the shadows of these giants does take you to a different reality!
    If I ever get back to the left coast, that's on the list. We spent some time with Douglas firs and spruce trees in Oregon and Washington but didn't get into the redwoods. Maybe some year. . .

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    Cutting in the pile

    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Being you have forks it should be no problem taking logs from the end and let the loose ones bump up against the fork frame as they roll off - just pay attention.

    I did that before I had a proper tractor - cutting away in the pile because I had no way to take the logs down first. Now that was dangerous.....
    I actually still do that but usually the pile isn't near that high. It's not bad to trim everything back to a common length by cutting the outsides. Since you have forks, it won't be bad to take the pile down and cut on the forks. I'd pick two fairly straight logs and lay them out about 5' apart and use the tractor to line up the logs on those. Get the logs off the ground for easier cutting and if it's only one layer there's less chance of them rolling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    No pics but I saw my new neighbor cutting grass with his 3yo boy... no hearing protection...

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    Can’t like that post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treefarmer View Post
    I actually still do that but usually the pile isn't near that high. It's not bad to trim everything back to a common length by cutting the outsides. Since you have forks, it won't be bad to take the pile down and cut on the forks. I'd pick two fairly straight logs and lay them out about 5' apart and use the tractor to line up the logs on those. Get the logs off the ground for easier cutting and if it's only one layer there's less chance of them rolling.

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    I like the idea of that but my space is a bit limited where I plan to process. I’ll take one down at a time a buck them on the 8’ stand my boys helped me make.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    No pics but I saw my new neighbor cutting grass with his 3yo boy... no hearing protection...

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    For what? Was the kid screaming that loud?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    No pics but I saw my new neighbor cutting grass with his 3yo boy... no hearing protection...

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    Honestly I wouldn’t have thought about it.


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    For what? Was the kid screaming that loud?
    Nice reply. your catching on fast.
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