freetown fred wrote:What ever happened to a pr of clamp-on's & a real good ground crew with those trees? .
That's exactly who I have coming to look at it.... a climber. He's got a set of clamp on spikes, a chain saw, some rope, a pulley & one helper. Of course I'll leave it up to him, but I'm thinking once he gets them down to 65 feet they can come down in one piece. Also, if he can get the one down that's growing into the camp & not cut the other..... fine by me! Moving the camp isn't really an option... the "camp" is actually two buildings about 10 feet apart. There's just no room to move 'em.
Ebeemee pond is the name. We are very lucky to be here. Uncle Billy bought the place back in the late 50's. He sold it to us in the 80's for $4,000. Even at that we couldn't afford it so we went in half & half with Eloise, Martys' best friend. Until 3 years ago it was on leased land, but now we own the land. I've said "If we were the first humans ever to be here, where would we build? Right HERE." Honestly, it's the best location on the pond!
Time to go swimming again!
I can't watch that video.... I promised the neighbor I wouldn't use bandwidth for videos. He has limited megabytes each month. I'll see it once we get home.