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    Honestly, if you need a break and good laugh... this is it.
    . Explore! Dream! Discover!” aloha Di

  • #2
    Those guys were lucky.


    • #3
      LMAO! Thanks
      Every day should be unwrapped like a precious gift.


      • #4
        Originally posted by Old Forester View Post
        Those guys were lucky.
        I love what this one guy wrote.........LOL

        Just think, we are all taught that ancient man was dumb and uneducated and only over 1000's of years have we crawled up out of the cave....SLOWLY evolving into the "brilliant" species we see today......At least that's what we are taught here in the 1st world...In the 3rd world ....they believe that ancient man was superior in almost all aspects. Mentally, Physically and capable of building superstructures that cannot be replicated even today. I have tried to believe in "evolution"....but what I see is DE-evolution. The man stared at his Pinnacle and is slowly degrading into an animal. We have the illusion of technology"
        . Explore! Dream! Discover!” aloha Di


        • #5
          geniuses and giants
          Buffalo Bif


          • #6
            Geezee, I hope the Heineckie's don't hire those guys to harvest their basswood........ we'll never get any carving wood..... lol
            If you're looking for me, you'll find me in a pile of wood chips somewhere...


            • #7
              That is hard to take. Body hurts to much from shaking! Before Youtube I cut down trees better than that and much larger. I thought maybe the stump would split and it would sink. But a 'hop and hang' is classic. Those guys will freeze this winter at this rate. Chain Saw chain every day and a blade every other and the over run engine in the shop by the end of the week. I have three saws myself, a 50/20" a 45/17" and my hot little one 30/8" arbor. Forgot my STHL 10' pole chain saw. All are STHL except for the 50 I got in 87. It is a 'Husky" and last ran a couple of weeks ago. All 4 did in fact. A top of a Willow Oak was hit by lighting and the limb was just under the 17" and the log section needed the 20. Martin