Hello Lee and all,
Actually, the 30-30 rifle tree limb removal is really elegant and
surgurical... one little bullet (at a time). I must note that the
trencher is a bear on roots and again tempts the anger of you-know-who,
you-know-where and you-know-the-threatened results!!! 73 K4VUD
On Wed, 29 Apr 1998, LEE ROGER WICAL wrote:
> If diggin' a coax trench was anything like you trim those trees of
> I'd expect a 12-guage, cannon for even a ground torpedo would work!!!!HA
> You let me down! BOOM!
> At 05:55 PM 4/29/98 -0400, Charles H. Harpole wrote:
> >I use a rented trencher that cuts a trench one to two inches wide and as
> >deep as it is made to go-- six inches or so for the one I have had.
> >Works nice, but u have to insert the wire by hand and then put the dirt
> >back in the trench on top of the wire by hand or shovel.
> >Trencher makes a nice little pile of dirt alongside the trench, however,
> >making it easy to return it into the trench.
> >This trencher pulls itself like a self-propelled lawnmower.
> >de K4VUD
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