Trimmed up some trees over the weekend

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  1. ironpony

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    NICE JOB!! Good looking tree's.
     
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    That guy must have Popeye arms. Well, his right arm, anyways.
     
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    Nice job. With a machete that sharp id be wearing PPE on my leg too.
     
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  5. amateur cutter

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    That's wicked hard work right there. I helped a buddy trim Christmas trees on his farm years back, that's a real workout when you're looking at 100's of trees.
     
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    Were you using the 192 or 026??? :D :rofl: :lol:
     
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  7. amateur cutter

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    Ha, yea not quite. A machete just like in the vid. I however was not nearly as efficient at it. There's a real learning curve to that job.
     
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