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Re: Alternative extraction/conversion etc

Subject: Re: Alternative extraction/conversion etc
From: benfuest
Date: Dec 08 2008 12:49:48
Understood Garath, I like big diesels there yummy. But I do recall elephants were used in the forest of Dean, two of them for timber extraction. Doug Joiner in Hereford uses horses very successfully I worked for him once really good fun and a very nice chap to boot. But all jokes aside at the moment there are thousands and thousands of tones of cut timber left at roadside with no market. The mills have no demand due to total collapse of market. I think soon we will see lovely great big machines on Ebay. So may be in the future demand will be so small that low out put practises will indeed come of age again.

Got to go as the little church next door is getting a new roof and I am busy converting old roofing baton into kindling for the children to sell on street corners ----- Original Message ----- From: "Hare, Gareth" <gareth.hare@xxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk>
To: "UK Tree Care" <uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info>
Sent: Monday, December 08, 2008 12:10 PM
Subject: RE: Alternative extraction/conversion etc






Mr Fuest are you lurking ?

Have I missed something  ?

Not at all Ben, just though it may be up your street so to speak. I
could see you driving an Elephant as an alternative to a Timberjack or a
Matty ;-)


Gareth


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