Andrew, you can;t beat life out in the country doing custom land work. I admire your knowledge base and self taught skills. You are a master of all trades. I grew up, in the sixties, with a couple of old army D7's on the Alaska Highway around Dawson Creek BC. The country was full left over operators and road builders from the Alaska Highway Construction. I grew up learning custom land work, road building and land clearing. I had all the training to do it throughout my teens, as my uncle had a couple of army D7's and Alis Chambers HD5s, and my dad was a auto mechanic by trade. He was always wielding and monkey wrenching and trying to make do with those old machines. He did his own repairs and wielding. I practically did a whole automotive apprenticeship by the time I was 15 too. All the best and keep up the hard work. Leon
It is people like you that Makes America Great; NOT the PC, NOT the ANTIFA, NOT the BLM, NOT the Feminist agenda, and certainly Not the tried and failed Marxist ideology coming from, of all places, the universities. Alas like the Roman Republic of old, most Americans will sadly wake too late when the "barbarians" are at the door. Because they failed to see the "barbarians" with in.
Had to laugh out loud when your bar got pinched in your first cut, (been there.) and you just decided to pull the piece away and let the saw fall on the road. ha! You must have faith in the ruggedness of Stihl's. ha! What the hell? Let me guess, you wanted to fix something and had to tear it out to get to it, then it wouldn't go back right and you figured to hell with it? ha. And laughed again when I saw that somehow you lost the top of your dashboard! ha! So much for setting junk up there.
And I feel for you not being able to use the trampoline in the dead of winter. ha. Kind of surprised as clever as you are that you never thought to anchor or weight it down. It weighs next to nothing and is basically a big sail.
And what the hell was that guy that towed you out doing.... gunning it once you were already on the road? ha! Was wagging you all over the road!
Also don't know the depth of that pond near where you were clearing out snags but I might have considered putting some pieces into the pond as cover for fish.
How much did you bill $$$ the city, county, or township for removing that tree out of the roadway? Pretty funny watching the towing scene that got a little our of hand ! On a sad note but reality, please don't take LEVI to the vet for his final day, let himbe in the woods above overlooking the castle when the time comes. I have done that with all my dogs its where they belong . What kind of animal were you expecting to find when you stuck that tree branch up the hole in the tree you downed? Just curious? Thanks. Regards.
4:38 When you have to lay on the horn because the idiot helping you ain't paying attention and is about to wreck your vehicle for you. Been there. Luckily, my tow rope broke while I was mashing the brakes, because he never stopped. He just drove on home, oblivious that he almost pulled me into a stand of trees.
Hey Andrew, I really like your videos! You have a lot of cool toys I wish I had and you do some really 'Clean' work. IMHO...you should work on your chainsaw skills; you've done some really dangerous things. Check out: Buckin' Billy Ray Smith https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsIFvStf9Oz99GMitW4vD_g this guy is the best I've seen and very educational and funny at the same time. Take care and keep the good content coming; I'm looking forward to watching more of your projects.
I've been watching a bunch of them, as soon as I get one done, I can't stop there...gotta start another one!
You are making some great content here! I bet you're well over 100,000 subscribers by this time next year.
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