I saw this at ArbTalk, quite inventive. Simple, yet effective - I like!
That is sweet!
Suburbia is where the developer bulldozes out the trees,
then names the streets after them.
- Bill Vaughan
Brilliant....Probably pretty easy to make too
Beats dragging by hand for sure. It seems like it could be a tad wider, or another model available.
Bright days and dark days are both expressions of the great mystery. ~ Oglala Sioux
In England there are a lot more narrow gates and walkways and no room for expansion. Here in the US I remember lots of 30"-32" gates when mowing lawns as a kid but these days a 42" gate is standard. The old places with tiny gates just end up having a section of fence removed for access.
That thing's pretty cute. I'd have one if I didn't have a mini, although i wouldn't do tree work if I didn't have a mini.
trees live a secret life only revealed to those that climb them -unknown
"Today, me will live in the moment, unless it's unpleasant. In which case, me will eat a cookie". Cookie Monster
"Be as nice as your dog thinks you are"
Pretty cool little widget for the tight spots...
That is one awesome cart. Beats the heck out of our huge log cart that takes two guys to lift onto the truck.
Treemendous Tree Care Inc.
"Live in the present, remember the past, and fear not the future, for it doesn't exist and never shall." Saphira, from Eldest, by Christopher Paolini
If it could only transform into a log arch, too.