Jun 8, 2007

How to remove a tree from a pond.

You'll need a chainsaw and gloves.


Saftey Glasses and a hat


A good non-nonsense tractor driver.


A tree in a pond.


Attitude


No fear of pond algae or mucky mud ooze.
And a fair sense of balance.


Somewhere to drag the tree parts as it is dismembered.


A good strong chain.


A no nonsense partner.


Respect for the tree and the lumber it might be.

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