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Aprils work

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by ddigger, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. ddigger

    ddigger Senior Member

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    Heres just a bit of the stuff thats been happening this month, mostly clearing and demo, on a levey widening job.
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  2. ddigger

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    that looks like a good time
     
  4. bushcat

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    Gotta luv demo work
     
  5. Aliate

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    how do you get demo work like that? Id love some of that
     
  6. CM1995

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    Interesting project and a nice loaded dump trailer, you obviously know your way around a demo site.
     
  7. phamthebac

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    Do you know that website. I searched Google, but i didn't found anything besides this topic

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  8. ddigger

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    cm1995 wrote
    Thanks for that, yeah more yrs than I care to think about.

    Heres a tree tipping over in front of the house I wrecked, sorry about the dialog in the background I was on the phone in the machine telling of a bee log.

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  9. dayexco

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    only criticism i have....is the stick on the cable..."what if"...you'd have severed it? i don't know if it's power/tv/phone...any of which are necessary services. i feel you should have had a competent arborist there to take that tree far enough down to make it not an encumbrance on what you wanted to get done there
     
  10. ddigger

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    See thats the differance with not being there, I did know. And we had an arboriston site.
     
  11. dayexco

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    well, your picture is VERY deceiving then......it looks like the stick of the excavator was resting on the cable...if if wasn't? no biggie
     
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    what happened to the bees, they look like honey bees?
     
  13. ddigger

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    We had an outfitt remove them unharmed.
     
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    i would have just whipped out the gas can and had honey on my biscuit that morning...haha:guns
     
  15. maddog

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    :drinkup:drinkup:drinkup :cool: