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Lock it up Mods! This was a quick one!


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"The sportsman lives his life vicariously. For he secretly yearns to have lived before, in a simpler time. A time when his love for the land, water, fish and wildlife would be more than just part of his life. It would be his state of mind."

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I had 2 taken down a couple of a years ago for $750.
This time its 6 or maybe 8 of them, so I'm guessing somewhere between $2 - $3K?

You might be surprised, it shouldn't be exponential. Half the battle is getting their gear out there and setup. They drop those pines straight down into a pile from a cherry picker
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cut and remove those trees for 2400 and prune? send me that guys number i can make a lot of money off of him, i know you don't need an arborist lic in ny to do tree work but damn thats really cheap

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There's a very good reason why you never hear about arborists being killed while cutting trees from a ladder. It's because we don't cut trees from a ladder, ever. Ever! Ever! We do dangerous stuff for a living, but cutting from a ladder is just plain stupid. You don't grow old doing dangerous work when you're stupid.

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So after the neighbor puts up his fence, who can come and rip out my chain link fence for me and grade that 100 foot strip to match the rest of My backyard?


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All done. Before/After.

8 70 footers gone.

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Who gets rid of the wood....the town or the tree service?

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Tree guys had another truck come with some crane type of thing and lifted the big logs into a dump truck soon after I took the pic.


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Looks good Biz!

Now I'll have an unobstructed view with my binoculars for the pool parties!

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So after the neighbor puts up his fence, who can come and rip out my chain link fence for me and grade that 100 foot strip to match the rest of My backyard?


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I got so lucky, the guy that planted our new trees came with a Bobcat. He cleared all the stump grindings from the old ones and smoothed everything out for $75! I put two yards of topsoil on it and it's seeded


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I got so lucky, the guy that planted our new trees came with a Bobcat. He cleared all the stump grindings from the old ones and smoothed everything out for $75! I put two yards of topsoil on it and it's seeded


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Nice. Yea the guy who did my trees will probably come back after neighbors fence goes up and use a bobcat to pull out my chain fence and grade property


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Good deal Biz...Our daughter has a whole bunch around her place but they are falling down due to bug death...they need to cut a bunch before they drop....

I am just curious trying to recall past town regulations which are all different... Have you checked your towns in ground pool regulations? I know the pool was already in when you bought. Some have fencing regulations that call for you to have a fence on your property that surrounds any installed pool. I thought I'd ask before you remove your fence. Insurance policies may also(home owners) have some stipulations on that as well.

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The Kindle just doesn't work right and   I have decided not to feed the bullies and distracters...it's call the ignore feature. They only have power when fed.

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On ‎6‎/‎10‎/‎2017 at 9:10 AM, growalot said:

Good deal Biz...Our daughter has a whole bunch around her place but they are falling down due to bug death...they need to cut a bunch before they drop....

I am just curious trying to recall past town regulations which are all different... Have you checked your towns in ground pool regulations? I know the pool was already in when you bought. Some have fencing regulations that call for you to have a fence on your property that surrounds any installed pool. I thought I'd ask before you remove your fence. Insurance policies may also(home owners) have some stipulations on that as well.

My entire backyard is fenced it.


"The sportsman lives his life vicariously. For he secretly yearns to have lived before, in a simpler time. A time when his love for the land, water, fish and wildlife would be more than just part of his life. It would be his state of mind."

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aaahhh I see that in pic now..,Thought it was the neighbors..


The Kindle just doesn't work right and   I have decided not to feed the bullies and distracters...it's call the ignore feature. They only have power when fed.

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