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Brer Wilson

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Been cutting down all the pine trees on my land and saving the oak and hickory trees while making cool twisty trails to beat around on.  Still a lot more work to be done.

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Road trip to your house. Lol. Sounds like the right thing to do. Reclaim that wood and build some cool things. I would if I had a better 4wd.


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Very Cool

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On 1/3/2019 at 12:59 PM, Brer Wilson said:

Been cutting down all the pine trees on my land and saving the oak and hickory trees while making cool twisty trails to beat around on.  Still a lot more work to be done.

That's pretty cool, hopefully you have a lot of land. When I think about you cutting pine trees down, I think about the little saplings I planted on my property and how damn long they take to grow!!! :biglaugh:

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When I think about pine trees I think of the jackwagon that thought they were a good idea in my neighborhood. 

I’d far rather rake leaves than slog pine needles out of the gutters!

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get this guy to help you, he's quick! (watch the video of the tree falling around 1m!)

 

 

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