Dangerous Logging

Dangerous Logging

Awesome video ACE. Got some experience with hazard trees back in the U.S as a wild land fire fighter, so I’ve been around a saw or two. Anyways, your crewmembers really illustrate the amount of skill and courage it takes to do such a job. Got the guys at work watching this. Our best Sawyer […]

Awesome video ACE. Got some experience with hazard trees back in the U.S as a wild land fire fighter, so I’ve been around a saw or two.

Anyways, your crewmembers really illustrate the amount of skill and courage it takes to do such a job. Got the guys at work watching this. Our best Sawyer says ‘You all are nuts.

I remember Black Saturday and as a Wild Land Fire Fighters we wish you all well. Cheers from some beard loving, stinky, filthy, rotten group of fire fighters.Nice work and appreciate the skill in good team work. I also appreciate driving through forestry that has been managed.

I once saw a vehicle with two occupants that passed a falling tree at the wrong time. I love trees but there comes a time. Anyway – good work and all the best.That is some of the most dangerous tree falling I have ever watched. I hope viewers noticed the big limb that fell to the left of the tree as one started falling.

The trees shake and vibrate as they start down and limbs break loose, particularly from dead trees. Thanks for posting.Sometimes I wish I lived in Australia to practice forestry.

But then I realize I’m living with the giant redwood, fir and oak forests and practice out here!I watched this video when I was in first grade and for some reason I really loved it and decided I wanted to do it when I grow up. On my “student of the month” sheet I wrote that I wanted to be an ACE tree worker when I grow up. I desperately want to find it but I cant.

I did this in Idaho for years and my hats off the the men that cut this kind of timber playing with death on ever tree stay safe men.All the trees in this video are in the fire damaged zone.
They are clearing away dangerous trees. If you don’t live in australia you might not be aware that we live in a country with very tall trees with very shallow roots that are often exposed to very strong winds. Gum trees often fall over when they’re healthy, and therefore are especially dangerous when damaged.

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