Got your sweater last fall use it quite often very warm Nice to see there’s a few big trees around I work for a hydro pole harvesting company in port alberni and Campbell river area in the 80s did come across one red cedar that a faller had cut down which was 13 ft at […]
Got your sweater last fall use it quite often very warm
Nice to see there’s a few big trees around I work for a hydro pole harvesting company in port alberni and Campbell river area in the 80s did come across one red cedar that a faller had cut down which was 13 ft at the butt.
Great video I just stumbled across it. I’m getting ready to cut a 4 foot tree with a 2 foot bar and I’ve been a little nervous Nellie.that was actually a good angle.
The saw chips thrown at it was a good feature… was a nice touch. Should have kept that for affect.I have mixed feelings. The devastation… the stumps..
Looking like a tree graveyard. And yet, looking at such a huge tree on the outside, it’s hard to believe the dead hollowness inside them. how do i sign up for this I would love to fall trees like this all day. i love you videos try to watch them all I’ve learned a ton just watching how you work your saw to make the big ass trees fall where you want them its pretty impressive.
Bjame you are lucky here in the cariboo central BC it has been hanging around 20c to 40c below 0 for 2 weeks and we have got about 1 meter of snow so I have been hiding inside watching youtube videos so keep the great videos coming and keep your head up and enjoy that nice coast weather and send some of it my way we sure could use it.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but it looks like you may have left a center backstrap on both back cuts, to trigger it after both corners are cut up? Obviously the first tree still needed wedges.
Nice work as always. At some point, consider getting a helmet cam perspective to go along with your other angles, I know it’s more editing but it would be great to see some first person views for the fine details.