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Free Ash Salem NH

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by lacewood, Apr 6, 2009.

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  1. lacewood

    lacewood Member

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    Hey guys

    Saw this browsing Craigslist for a tractor, thought one of you guys in the Salem area would be interested. There are pictures but can not seem to get them on here.

    Good Luck
    Tony



    http://nh.craigslist.org/grd/1109414072.html

    The local power company decided that the two big Ash trees in my front yard cold cause future power outages in the neighborhood and asked my permission to take them down and now I am stuck with the wood. Do not bother responding to this ad unless you have the capability to remove all of the 2 trees that were cut up. There are three conditions that have to be met to accept this offer.
    1. All wood will be removed
    2. The large pieces will be removed before the smaller pieces.
    3. Must be done before Sunday, April 12.

    If you are willing to meet these conditions I will invite you to my property so you can begin the removal.

    thanx



    * Location: Salem, NH
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  2. Brian VT

    Brian VT Minister of Fire

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    Wow. What a score.
  3. skinnykid

    skinnykid New Member

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    Wow!! one big score, I am right up the by-pass from Salem. Kinda big for me to handle easily but if no-one grabs it I might have to. Anyone near Derry wana help and go halves?
  4. Adios Pantalones

    Adios Pantalones Minister of Fire

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    I would love to, but have way too much in the yard to tackle, and neighbors that I've promised to clean up for already.
  5. Hurricane

    Hurricane Minister of Fire

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    Wow it looks like you would need a crane to move the large one unless you cut it up right there. I would be on that if it were near me.
  6. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    20 hrs+ work there and better take the big saw with you!
  7. skinnykid

    skinnykid New Member

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    I E-mailed the person and told them if no one jumps on it then I will come down. I too have alot to take in my yard as is. But alot of work now and this summer may mean very little work next summer as I think I might have enough for this coming and the some of the winter after that.
  8. btj1031

    btj1031 New Member

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    Wow, if I weren't working crazy hours these days I'd be there. Excellent score. I'd have a hard time with that big stuff, but I'd figure it out.
  9. skinnykid

    skinnykid New Member

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    it is gone already
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