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Climbing Arborist removing a tree in a tight spot!

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  1. Adam Wiggins

    Adam Wiggins

    8 күн бұрын

    I love when people try to tell professionals what they're doing wrong...

    • Clayton Gonzalez

      Clayton Gonzalez

      13 минут бұрын

      All of this instead of the explosive project Veritas video that proves they have been preventing people from taking life saving meds & the fact that it proves fauci was behind it all. The government cover up is nothing more than genocide and proof tyranny

    • Jae's Cleaning

      Jae's Cleaning

      2 сағат бұрын

      Exactly

    • Anand Bhalerao

      Anand Bhalerao

      2 сағат бұрын

      Why we support this kind idiot video... We need more Tree and this fool.. Cutting it... It very sad

    • carl_does_stuff

      carl_does_stuff

      3 сағат бұрын

      And then they get humiliated ☺️

    • Chavvy

      Chavvy

      4 сағат бұрын

      Does just because one has a KZonlines page and the other doesnt make one more professional than the other?

  2. Jake Kelli

    Jake Kelli

    Күн бұрын

    I do this as well, and as an arborist I will say that while iv had many close calls in the path to learning, trusting in your skills is key. It's the 3rd most dangerous job in the US, but once you understand it, it's far more fun than it is scary. Like a game. I love this work! Well done my brother! Stay safe

    • modorola razr

      modorola razr

      37 минут бұрын

      @Quetzalcoatl Toltec Sun God if i recall most oxygen isnt even filtered that much from trees its filtered from an aquatic plant

    • Michael Cobaugh

      Michael Cobaugh

      Сағат бұрын

      Jesus, it’s not your video.

    • Laurel Cook

      Laurel Cook

      Сағат бұрын

      Please be careful, I don’t want you getting hurt.

    • Clement Moraschi

      Clement Moraschi

      3 сағат бұрын

      @Cephalon Stitch a hazard is a hazard, but they're all definitely way more dangerous than being a police officer in the USA

    • Cephalon Stitch

      Cephalon Stitch

      3 сағат бұрын

      @Clement Moraschi So we not gonna mention retail workers in the hood on black friday? Or people who deal with viral infections research? 😏

  3. BiggusDickus

    BiggusDickus

    Күн бұрын

    Nothing like seeing someone show a fool they don't know what they're talking about, it warms my heart, so does seeing that every section he has dropped fell exactly where he wanted it.

    • Stacy Jaye

      Stacy Jaye

      6 сағат бұрын

      @BiggusDickus when I was young I worked at Honeywell as a custodian. One day the big boss walked by, and I just said, hey boss, I hope you have a great weekend. He said he was going to spend the weekend cutting the tree down in his backyard. I laughed and ask him, isn't that a job you should pay someone to do, sir? He looked at me like I was stupid and cute. Monday he came in with a broken arm 😂. I was never privy to the details.

    • Dustin Tacohands

      Dustin Tacohands

      15 сағат бұрын

      @Mei lol as I said not a expert thing it’s a general rule you want control you cut 1/3 or if you’d liked like to go check cutting techniques you to can be a “pro” after a few minutes of study. three main kinds of notches none I know of you cut over 1/2 on notch but like I said I don’t care that much just saying comment was right notch was wrong

    • BiggusDickus

      BiggusDickus

      15 сағат бұрын

      @Gedo VR I love monty python lol, I was a thousand percent sure the name would be taken. Thanks man have a great night.

    • Gedo VR

      Gedo VR

      15 сағат бұрын

      @BiggusDickus nothing to do with what's going on but ive gotta say love your pfp and name from monty python hahaha

    • Mei

      Mei

      16 сағат бұрын

      @Dustin Tacohands love how everyone in the comments always thinks they’re an expert💀

  4. jay bee

    jay bee

    Күн бұрын

    I like how he waited until the fourth piece to record so you know he's the real deal & not just lucky . 😉 🙌🏽💪🏽

  5. Maycon Douglas

    Maycon Douglas

    Күн бұрын

    No Brasil ia ter bem uns 20 pessoas olhando pra ver se ele ia cair kkkk

  6. Emerson Sampaio

    Emerson Sampaio

    Күн бұрын

    Nossa !!! Que habilidade se fosse eu já ia dar ruim!!!!😂 kkkk!!!

  7. shawn douglass

    shawn douglass

    12 сағат бұрын

    That is some hard ass work, just climbing up that tree with spikes is a hell of a workout in itself😉Mad respect for these guys😉

  8. TheDonBro

    TheDonBro

    Сағат бұрын

    I mean... Its basically just a directional step cut at that point.

  9. Holy game’s official

    Holy game’s official

    Күн бұрын

    Boss: “let’s discuss your pay” Me: around 2-3 million and a zip line will do just fine

    • Sir VonRigglesheimer IV Esq.

      Sir VonRigglesheimer IV Esq.

      5 сағат бұрын

      what

  10. Am0

    Am0

    Күн бұрын

    This has to be one of the most guts testing jobs I've ever seen. Mad respect for your work.

    • Pun

      Pun

      16 сағат бұрын

      @ItsKaiden kzonlines.info/up/p9Vln7Gno7J2iIk/bejne Guys an absolute nut. I'm cool with all of it until the peg climb starts where even the climber is like "well how the fuck am i supposed to do that." Lol

    • ItsKaiden

      ItsKaiden

      Күн бұрын

      @Yoplait link brodie?

    • Yoplait

      Yoplait

      Күн бұрын

      You should see the video of the guy climbing a bunch of ladders to do maintenance on a huge TV broadcasting tower, dude was almost in the clouds and had like little to nothing to save him if he fell.

  11. Дмитрий Юдин

    Дмитрий Юдин

    Күн бұрын

    Две ошибки допустимы. Первая--- выбор такой профессии

  12. YANIRA CASTRO

    YANIRA CASTRO

    16 сағат бұрын

    Mis respetos para este hombre qué valiente.

  13. Beastie Boi

    Beastie Boi

    Күн бұрын

    Nothin wrong with going past 50% on the undercut when taking blocks off. “Take the leg out” less pushing. 👌

  14. Nino

    Nino

    8 күн бұрын

    My hats off to anyone who does this for a living! Much respect!

    • ko sdsd

      ko sdsd

      6 сағат бұрын

      @Mindworm ur mama

    • Oleksandr Chubras

      Oleksandr Chubras

      18 сағат бұрын

      @Mindworm you want to stop a person from fulfilling their contract? Don't beef with the particular individual, spare his nerves, it's not his fault someone hired him, deal with that person/organisation instead

    • Darvin Charles

      Darvin Charles

      Күн бұрын

      To the person reading this: Even though I don’t know you, I wish you the best of what life has to offer 🧡

    • Easton Neale

      Easton Neale

      3 күн бұрын

      @Mindworm Shut up

    • t

      t

      4 күн бұрын

      kzonlines.info/level/2fOU0x3yY5S3WA36GJBZOw,

  15. jeff kemp

    jeff kemp

    16 сағат бұрын

    I worked with some climbers who did AMAZING THINGS FROM TREES. These guys are truly artists

  16. Arai Daisuke

    Arai Daisuke

    21 сағат бұрын

    Don’t you just love when people that have no idea what they’re doing tell you, the professional, how you can do it better?

  17. First Last

    First Last

    6 сағат бұрын

    I’ve never cut a notch that deep but to each their own, do what works for you and keeps everyone and everything safe!

  18. Abid Ali

    Abid Ali

    6 сағат бұрын

    As an electrician Our jobs are notoriously difficult but these Guys are on a whole different LEVEL..

  19. glennkon

    glennkon

    9 күн бұрын

    You can tell this worker knows what they're doing, because all the previous cuts have all landed in nearly the same place and orientation.

    • Darvin Charles

      Darvin Charles

      Күн бұрын

      To the person reading this: Even though I don’t know you, I wish you the best of what life has to offer 🧡

    • Cameron Juntti

      Cameron Juntti

      6 күн бұрын

      @oekans you can tell that it’s an aspen by the way that it is

    • Eric Staples

      Eric Staples

      6 күн бұрын

      It's called a hill.

    • oekans

      oekans

      6 күн бұрын

      You can tell this bloke knows what he’s doing because he’s an arborist

    • Matt Hill

      Matt Hill

      7 күн бұрын

      Bruh you simply just cut a wedge out in the direction you want it to fall lmao, thats not that difficult the hard hard is getting up there and doing the actual work.

  20. Deborah Lewandowski

    Deborah Lewandowski

    Күн бұрын

    This is what my younger son does for a living... dangerous job but he loves it... total respect for him!

  21. bigmike1547

    bigmike1547

    Күн бұрын

    It would be sick if there was a video showing him how he got up and down from that tree lol Great stuff!

  22. Richard Salinetro jr

    Richard Salinetro jr

    Күн бұрын

    I've cut down a few trees in my past but never had to worry about them dropping on anything. I know I sure the hell don't have the skills to where I could climb one like this and take it down in sections not to mention have those sections drop perfectly to the ground without hitting something in close proximity. much respect there brother.

  23. Daniel Arellano

    Daniel Arellano

    Күн бұрын

    I was a cutter for many years. I would cut trees for a living. But my job was in the forest. Small trees to huge trees. I think this man is doing his job in an exact method for his type of cutting. I don't know if I would have gone that deep on the notch either. But then again, this is cutting different from what I did. All in all I think the guy doing the cutting has done this many many times and knows exactly what he's doing.

  24. Fernando B.

    Fernando B.

    4 күн бұрын

    I commend these guys. Probably another day in the office for them, but this kind of work looks absolutely insane.

    • korey Jeffers

      korey Jeffers

      23 сағат бұрын

      @Polar_Bear I'm being completely serious and this comes from a place of compassion and empathy, I would possibly look into seeing a therapist/psychologist or even just a person you trust that you can talk to about these things inside your head like self doubt and what seems to be anxiety. I hope you gain confidence and realize that you can do anything you set your mind to no matter your gender. Of course we men are going to be naturally more suited for certain jobs and have certain innate skills that women may not but the same exact thing can be said for women compared to men. All the best and happy New Year

    • Darvin Charles

      Darvin Charles

      Күн бұрын

      To the person reading this: Even though I don’t know you, I wish you the best of what life has to offer 🧡

    • Mr.Cube21

      Mr.Cube21

      Күн бұрын

      its also extremely dangerous

    • Denise Koenig

      Denise Koenig

      2 күн бұрын

      @Deadpalmleaves the climbers I worked with would take no less than 100 just to get in the tree. If it was high or not or easy or hard. They would then go from there to figure out pay but 100 just to climb

    • King Philbert

      King Philbert

      2 күн бұрын

      @Dustin Collins yep do fuck shit get fucked up. Luck only runs ya so far before smth happens

  25. Ron Lavand

    Ron Lavand

    Сағат бұрын

    That Notch is beautiful.... I've always used a deep Notch for controlling the fall... it's not a harvest thing, so depth of a Notch can be as large as the faller chooses...

  26. Ed tony01

    Ed tony01

    Күн бұрын

    Im a carpenter and its amazing how a tiny bit of wood that wasnt cut porperly can hold the rest of the beam in place before it caves in to gravity

  27. socrate resorts

    socrate resorts

    Күн бұрын

    Who ever have cut a tree in his life, know how hard and crazy it is to be that precise. Balls of steel to do that job.

  28. Max Bartholic

    Max Bartholic

    Күн бұрын

    Arborist’s is a whole another level. First time I got heat stroke. Truly underpaid beaver cutting was the worst for me and in 110 degree weather with chaps on at that. I did enjoy it just not in summer here. Respect dude

    • nathanmafia

      nathanmafia

      Күн бұрын

      @Jonathan Riendeau did i say im from the united states?

    • sikander is the biggest scumbag to ever exist

      sikander is the biggest scumbag to ever exist

      Күн бұрын

      Were they assless chaps?

    • Jonathan Riendeau

      Jonathan Riendeau

      Күн бұрын

      @Ryan_FDF he’s lying. There’s no way anyone in the United States makes 80$ a day doing this kind of work. Unless he’s working like 2 hours a day. But that kid is 100% lying or his dad is lying to hom

    • Jonathan Riendeau

      Jonathan Riendeau

      Күн бұрын

      @nathanmafia there’s no one way. I don’t believe you. He ain’t making under 200

    • Ryan_FDF

      Ryan_FDF

      Күн бұрын

      @nathanmafia that's borderline slavery

  29. Laura Gosnell

    Laura Gosnell

    7 күн бұрын

    My pops was an arborist until he was 67 climb trees 5 days a week since the age of 24! Set a genius book world record for fastest rope climb and became the first world champion tree trimmer when he was 42! Miss him every min of everyday!! He was the best father/grandpa a girl could have! Makes me appreciate him even more now that I see what he did everyday! Thank you

    • t

      t

      4 күн бұрын

      kzonlines.info/level/2fOU0x3yY5S3WA36GJBZOw,

    • mary guest

      mary guest

      4 күн бұрын

      @crazy friend50 2 me how Laura spoke bout her father saying miss him Of every minute of every day, 2me tht reads tht her father has passed away

    • Ronald Ross

      Ronald Ross

      5 күн бұрын

      Bad ass!! I can climb a column, there is a big difference in the 2, you have to be in serious shape, if your fat forget it. My brother used to cut them, plus I worked for a guy when I was in high school. He was a master tree cutter and made it look so simple, when in reality there is nothing simple about it. Especially if you have houses and fences, power lines, cars, roads, etc...you have to really watch what your doing. I give it up to them, they are true badasses!!

    • marr izzy

      marr izzy

      5 күн бұрын

      How fast ????

    • celestial_crash

      celestial_crash

      5 күн бұрын

      @Tim Tam I’m sorry for your aberration ❤️

  30. Belinda Long

    Belinda Long

    6 сағат бұрын

    BRAVO 👏 👏 Respect! PRAYERS for people who have to do this! I know I could not. And praying for Everyone!

  31. Swapnil Dahatonde

    Swapnil Dahatonde

    Күн бұрын

    Everyone is complementing his work but couldn't see the side effects of this

  32. Mochi Tricks TV

    Mochi Tricks TV

    14 сағат бұрын

    Just wanted to say thank you for always giving us the best content 😊

  33. Crunch Karma

    Crunch Karma

    Күн бұрын

    Great bravery, but kinda sad if u think how long it took that tree to grow that tall

  34. J Meszi

    J Meszi

    8 күн бұрын

    As an electrician, our jobs are notoriously difficult, but these guys are on a whole different level.

    • t

      t

      4 күн бұрын

      kzonlines.info/level/2fOU0x3yY5S3WA36GJBZOw,.

    • rrboss33

      rrboss33

      4 күн бұрын

      @SeeDMT on the dot

    • rrboss33

      rrboss33

      4 күн бұрын

      @Alice Ullrish facts electricians and AC people oh my God dnt know what a trash can looks like

    • xSeveredSaintx

      xSeveredSaintx

      4 күн бұрын

      @Taryn Nolen you might be confusing electricians with drywallers. At least for my company, you don't clean up, you're out.

    • Leigh C

      Leigh C

      5 күн бұрын

      @Kaden Whiteaker you wouldn’t be a successful one, if it wasn’t hard..

  35. gino Morris

    gino Morris

    15 сағат бұрын

    Some serious skills to do this type of profession and even more guts required..Amazing how one wrong move is all it takes to end said profession .. May the Lord continue to look over these brave people….

  36. Ariana Sleepwalker

    Ariana Sleepwalker

    Күн бұрын

    i saw someone did this on a tall dead tree with a saw. the thing is, he cant let the log fall freely because it would crush structures below so piece by piece he lowered it with a rope. it must have taken him a whole week 🙌

  37. S

    S

    Күн бұрын

    You can see they're cutting off small enough segments so that even if it were to fall towards the house there wouldn't be a problem, but the guy's able to drop it perfectly anyway.

  38. Tik Tok Trends

    Tik Tok Trends

    2 күн бұрын

    *“Tudo posso naquele que me fortalece.” (Filipenses **4:13**)*

  39. Quillo Manar SFM

    Quillo Manar SFM

    5 күн бұрын

    Bruh you know you’re a professional when the log that falls off the tree is not only perfectly sized but also lines up with the other logs on the ground and does your taxes on the way down.

    • Olde Retired Treemahn

      Olde Retired Treemahn

      15 сағат бұрын

      @Dominic Ruchard some have a steel core.

    • Free Fire

      Free Fire

      23 сағат бұрын

      Тут 🍑😱-kzonlines.info/up/nb9ehdTdg4mTqmg/bejne

    • Erick Peres

      Erick Peres

      Күн бұрын

      I was about to comment about the log rolling into the pile but your comment sounded better 😂😂😂😂

    • Damian

      Damian

      Күн бұрын

      @Darvin Charles preciate that

    • Darvin Charles

      Darvin Charles

      Күн бұрын

      To the person reading this: Even though I don’t know you, I wish you the best of what life has to offer 🧡

  40. TriggaTrey831_OnTwitch

    TriggaTrey831_OnTwitch

    12 сағат бұрын

    My grandma did this as her job for a few years when she was in her 20s, i believe. now i have a few buddies that do it and i respect the job because it looks extremely scary and dangerous

  41. misty Abernot

    misty Abernot

    Сағат бұрын

    I’m terrified of heights, so this is a huge no! I salute you 👀!

  42. Kian Kapil

    Kian Kapil

    12 сағат бұрын

    Even after the tree is cut in half ,it is supporting the person who cut it . Amazing

  43. Co (Doctorate in procrastination)

    Co (Doctorate in procrastination)

    Күн бұрын

    Are there measures to keep the chainsaw from falling?

  44. Hope

    Hope

    6 күн бұрын

    One of the hardest things to do in a physical labor jobs is trust the equipment and tools to do what they’re supposed to without malfunction. I could barely go 30 ft up in a scissor lift without having an anxiety attack. Hats off to this guy

    • Dro 117

      Dro 117

      5 күн бұрын

      Yep, trusting in equipment is absolutely vital. I remember doing hazmat work and best believe I trusted those level A Hazmat suits and respirators with my LIFE lmfao so definitely, hats off to this fella

    • Kellastone '

      Kellastone '

      5 күн бұрын

      Yeah thats very true

  45. Miguel Rosa

    Miguel Rosa

    4 сағат бұрын

    Long time in the business an that is pretty deep. The guy looks like he knows what he's doing so willing to take the chance but in no way would I recommend some rookie or avid tree guy to try this.

  46. Grégoire Boivin

    Grégoire Boivin

    2 сағат бұрын

    These shorts are so entertaining they always make my day better 💕

  47. Sher Gill TV

    Sher Gill TV

    9 сағат бұрын

    I love when people try to tell professionals what they're doing wrong...

    • Sum41rthe1

      Sum41rthe1

      8 сағат бұрын

      Literally the top comment right now

  48. Liv

    Liv

    23 сағат бұрын

    This is so anxiety inducing lol what a brave guy

  49. Space Invader

    Space Invader

    Күн бұрын

    My heart was beating fast for him!! Holy moly 😳 this guy gots some nuts

  50. K C

    K C

    14 сағат бұрын

    Sooo… what happens if the portion of the tree that he’s attached to becomes weak and decides to lean?

  51. SamTheMaster92

    SamTheMaster92

    12 сағат бұрын

    I don't care how professional you are, using a chainsaw onehanded is always gonna make me nervous

  52. Mr. C Jokey

    Mr. C Jokey

    Күн бұрын

    Respect. I got tingles in my tummy just being up that high

  53. crysis4real

    crysis4real

    3 күн бұрын

    Skill set on this job is 10 out of 10 also you need some titanium nuts which I do not have ! These brave men are amazing !

    • crysis4real

      crysis4real

      Күн бұрын

      @Michael McCoy So sorry to hear that brother. May he rest in peace. People really under estimate the skills needed for these highly skilled jobs. I once cut down part of a apple tree in our back garden; it was tough as hell. If I can avoid cutting any trees I will as they do so much good for us however if it is matter of safety 100% it will come down.

    • Michael McCoy

      Michael McCoy

      Күн бұрын

      Yes. My grandfather was killed doing this very same job. I believe though he ignored safety protocols for the sake of finishing the job quicker.

  54. Martin Meggison

    Martin Meggison

    Күн бұрын

    This is a very dangerous job I’m glad he is an expert…

  55. Inga inga

    Inga inga

    18 минут бұрын

    How can his notch be too deep. Hes literally a pro.

  56. DepressoEspresso

    DepressoEspresso

    10 сағат бұрын

    I love how he's tryna teach someone that dose it for a job when he wouldn't have the balls to get up there and do it him self

  57. Gerald Reeves

    Gerald Reeves

    2 күн бұрын

    The notch is a little too deep but it worked out just fine. Still a good cut. Good job.

  58. Josiah Marin

    Josiah Marin

    3 күн бұрын

    Been a tree climber for about 2 years now and trust me it’s definitely scary, especially when your ascending the tree your about to work in. However, after your first few cuts in which ever tree you’re in, you become much more confident and focused on what you’re doing (assuming everything is going smoothly). It’s a great feeling when you come down and see all the work you just did. I always take a few looks back at my work and think to myself, damn, I just did that :)

    • Worst One Yet

      Worst One Yet

      Күн бұрын

      @Josiah Marin don't know about you but I wl. Groundie of the year five years in a row before I got up a tree so when the groundie says ' it didn't run' I know he's lying.

    • Greenicegod

      Greenicegod

      Күн бұрын

      @Josiah Marin huh, that's really cool!

    • Greenicegod

      Greenicegod

      Күн бұрын

      @dunbar dunelm America

    • Josiah Marin

      Josiah Marin

      Күн бұрын

      @Greenicegod I was delivering flowers for a flower company before my dad asked me if I wanted to work with him; depending on the company, you don’t need anything. Having some certifications though does look better for you in terms of how much they’d be willing to pay you

    • Josiah Marin

      Josiah Marin

      Күн бұрын

      @Samuel Luria yes

  59. HiHi

    HiHi

    Күн бұрын

    Man's is still living his childhood by climbing tree's still, it's very nice

  60. ThatOneGuy :3

    ThatOneGuy :3

    13 сағат бұрын

    Gotta love it when people try to tell professionals how to do their job

  61. boss hum

    boss hum

    12 сағат бұрын

    One of the riskiest jobs in the world. Imagine cutting those safety belts from accidentally swinging those chainsaw. That's it. One of the jobs only meant for extreme professionals. No interns or No margin for error.

  62. nestor garrido

    nestor garrido

    21 сағат бұрын

    Todo un maestro, el mejor , un aplauso 👏

  63. James Phillips

    James Phillips

    3 күн бұрын

    I respect this. Man gotta have balls of steel to be up that high and trusting his skill to do important work while also proving internet crusaders wrong. What a champion

    • L. Ellis

      L. Ellis

      23 сағат бұрын

      @•AwkwardStrxnger• well then move over your time is over, it's my time now

    • •AwkwardStrxnger•

      •AwkwardStrxnger•

      Күн бұрын

      @Pock Pock well I almost died yesterday so-

    • Darvin Charles

      Darvin Charles

      Күн бұрын

      To the person reading this: Even though I don’t know you, I wish you the best of what life has to offer 🧡

    • Bill Richardson

      Bill Richardson

      Күн бұрын

      I know right. I mean it's easy enough for sh*t to go wrong with a chainsaw on the ground.

    • Soap

      Soap

      Күн бұрын

      Just another day in the office.

  64. Neoo

    Neoo

    2 күн бұрын

    Your videos never fail to entertain 💜

  65. Jackeline Soray Reis Louzeiro

    Jackeline Soray Reis Louzeiro

    4 сағат бұрын

    this job requires a lot of skill

  66. Carl Stevens

    Carl Stevens

    22 сағат бұрын

    It's a joke, he's up a tree doing his job, and all of the armchair tree surgeons chime in. 👍😂😂

  67. battlet0ads

    battlet0ads

    2 күн бұрын

    Oh my gosh. this is my dream job. Unfortunately, I live in the north, and there are no tall trees here :c

  68. MindfulAttraction.Org

    MindfulAttraction.Org

    3 күн бұрын

    Poor Paulie got chased down by this dude 😖

    • Akshy Sir Ki ladli💝

      Akshy Sir Ki ladli💝

      Күн бұрын

      kzonlines.info/up/lMqfpdWmh4l9eWg/bejne

    • jay bee

      jay bee

      Күн бұрын

      @Darvin Charles I swear. . . .you're killing me with that $hit

    • Darvin Charles

      Darvin Charles

      Күн бұрын

      To the person reading this: Even though I don’t know you, I wish you the best of what life has to offer 🧡

    • Jay

      Jay

      Күн бұрын

      @Nicejohnful you know wine makes you emotional

    • Backseat Surfer

      Backseat Surfer

      Күн бұрын

      2.100 likess

  69. GarryTheOne

    GarryTheOne

    2 сағат бұрын

    These shorts always make my day better ❤️

  70. UnknownKiwi

    UnknownKiwi

    Күн бұрын

    Watching this gave me anxiety lol Much respect to those who do this everyday

  71. Aqila

    Aqila

    Күн бұрын

    I know they know what they’re doing but i’m honestly scared they’ll fall.

  72. 아사나사이

    아사나사이

    Күн бұрын

    저 높은 곳에서 처음에 일할때 얼마나 무서웠을까 눈물난다

  73. kodzuken_

    kodzuken_

    4 күн бұрын

    this is a job….this job is fucking horrifying oh my god- i couldn’t, i’d pass out… mad props to people who have physical labor jobs like this. they do so much for us, man. all the heavy lifting, life threatening challenges, all that.

    • Blaine Douglass

      Blaine Douglass

      2 күн бұрын

      @Markus if that's what you want to believe why bother commenting. Just plug your ears and say lalala and keep believing anything you want. But do you really think a peer reviewed paper could pass that review with such an obvious flaw in methodology? The answer is LALALA YOU CANT HERE ME NOT LISTENING

    • Markus

      Markus

      2 күн бұрын

      @Blaine Douglass bullshit, because if they did, it wouldn't exist.

    • Alex Awesomesauce Beaudry

      Alex Awesomesauce Beaudry

      3 күн бұрын

      Check out the boys who climb slim sticks at night to change burnt out light bulbs for the pilots to see

    • Chance Hollow

      Chance Hollow

      3 күн бұрын

      Thankfully the more technology innovates the less people have to put their life's on the line just to check a power box

    • Israel Alarcon

      Israel Alarcon

      3 күн бұрын

      Yeah sad to see people like you lmao hiding behind others smh grow a backbone

  74. Assistindo Animes

    Assistindo Animes

    19 сағат бұрын

    Imagine, physics decides to stop working and the tree ends up falling the other way around.

  75. xCharzy

    xCharzy

    11 сағат бұрын

    Thank you for the amazing content ♥️

  76. FPS Dovah

    FPS Dovah

    17 сағат бұрын

    Doesn’t matter how deep your notch is when it’s only a 5 ft bit of log lol yeah the notch would be too deep if it was the whole tree and you were just felling it, that much weight on only half of the tree would tear it right up the middle and you’d have a right shit show on your hands

  77. E

    E

    21 сағат бұрын

    Whenever you feel underpaid or under appreciated at your job, just think about this video.

  78. Karen Brodie

    Karen Brodie

    Күн бұрын

    Thanks to guys like him that get the job done. Scary job.

  79. OptimusPriimeYt

    OptimusPriimeYt

    Күн бұрын

    I can imagine this being easy but it looks so damn scary wth 🙈😂

  80. Noah Hill

    Noah Hill

    Күн бұрын

    All I could think about is that if he takes away any of the pressure or gets close to the tree wouldn’t the straps/ropes loosen and he would fall?

  81. Firefight

    Firefight

    2 күн бұрын

    What I love is how the log rolls to join a pile! (I know it’s because of simple physics, but it’s still satisfying.)

  82. Yoo Nus

    Yoo Nus

    Күн бұрын

    Scary 😳 but adventurous , doo safe bro , take care 💕

  83. Austin Vansickle

    Austin Vansickle

    Күн бұрын

    It does look like it could fall backwards on him in the right circumstance.

  84. Chris Townsend

    Chris Townsend

    13 сағат бұрын

    You know exactly what you are doing sir!!!

  85. Snakes_And_AngelCakes

    Snakes_And_AngelCakes

    Күн бұрын

    This was terrifying to watch. Great job

  86. DENTON777

    DENTON777

    10 күн бұрын

    I use to do this for a living. About 4 years ago. Kinda miss it but not really. And your notch was perfect. Specially for a tight fall like that.

    • Andee Kaydot

      Andee Kaydot

      2 күн бұрын

      @Brian Kennedy "diameter" is across the entire circle. Up to the middle, across half of the circle, as you assumed, is called "radius".

    • Worst One Yet

      Worst One Yet

      3 күн бұрын

      @白いクズリ no it's one third, and shallower if it's a backed leaner.

    • t

      t

      4 күн бұрын

      kzonlines.info/level/2fOU0x3yY5S3WA36GJBZOw.,

    • KLX Country

      KLX Country

      5 күн бұрын

      @Brian Kennedy not surebwhat this in reference to, but there are over 186 comments in this thread and I'm not interested in going through them to try to find out. However, if talk to text misunderstands there/their/they're then blame Google.

    • DENTON777

      DENTON777

      5 күн бұрын

      @Satchel Gin you are very correct. I’ve always had respect for them. My moms best friend named pearl was a mail lady my entire life and I’m 35 be 36 Valentine’s Day. And she loved every minute of it. She even had a ice cream/snow cone truck she would hit up all the neighborhoods She sadly passed away from lung cancer smoked them cigs since she was 8 years old. Rip pearl. Very sweet caring person

  87. James Sweeney

    James Sweeney

    11 сағат бұрын

    Respect bro. 1st cut 50 percent...... then back cut is where you want the tree to go. Respect

  88. Mistress Joia Von Floofington

    Mistress Joia Von Floofington

    Күн бұрын

    And yet the tree fell exactly where he wanted to it. 👏 👏 👏

  89. David Sutherland

    David Sutherland

    Күн бұрын

    No way I’m hell could I EVER be that high up off the ground😭

  90. Ubiratan Araújo Amaral Bira

    Ubiratan Araújo Amaral Bira

    18 сағат бұрын

    Tem meu respeito

  91. QRA. Enoque 😎

    QRA. Enoque 😎

    Күн бұрын

    Aí sim hein... Top demais

  92. Turd Ferguson

    Turd Ferguson

    14 сағат бұрын

    Applied physics in action. Love this job.

  93. Carrie Priegel

    Carrie Priegel

    Күн бұрын

    😳😳😳 Whoa ..has to be one of the most dangerous professions, ever!

  94. Sneakkyz

    Sneakkyz

    Күн бұрын

    He just climbed up that tree like yup this is what I'm doing today. Damn

  95. Kyle Miller

    Kyle Miller

    3 күн бұрын

    Don't forget about the guys on the ground working the ropes when needed. Every good climber needs a good rope man and they need to trust each other and communicate well.

    • Kai Charlesworth

      Kai Charlesworth

      2 күн бұрын

      @TKOcow back this as a ground man

    • Matthew Dunlap

      Matthew Dunlap

      2 күн бұрын

      @TKOcow stay on that grind G

    • CTA ShadyWarrior

      CTA ShadyWarrior

      2 күн бұрын

      Lmao you actually know nothing about tree cutting. It’s like you think you’re watching a dude climb rocks. Watch it back

    • Denise Koenig

      Denise Koenig

      2 күн бұрын

      @nmarkert01 i almost died because of something like that. We were wrkn on a very tight spot and it was just me and the climber. We were doing great then he asked if I was handling what he was cutting ok meaning how heavy it was I said yes. We had major lack of communication I guess because his next cut was to much for me to handle without wrapping the rope around a tree but I didn't know he was going to do that I just thought he was making sure I could handle what he was throwing my way. It was so heavy the rope slid through my hands at a very fast rate. Burned holes right through my gloves and I couldn't stop it. This huge limb dropped perfectly in this small space we had to work with and somehow didn't hit me. I was literally standing in the middle of this huge thing and have no clue how I didn't get killed

    • TKOcow

      TKOcow

      2 күн бұрын

      @Buck Buck 10-4*

  96. ron hanish

    ron hanish

    18 сағат бұрын

    That is a very special skill you guys have my God. Be careful out there

  97. Faisal Bashir

    Faisal Bashir

    Күн бұрын

    That running chainsaw in his lap shot up my anxiety.

  98. Bluecollar 58

    Bluecollar 58

    Күн бұрын

    I didn’t think that thing was ever going to go.

  99. Maymay

    Maymay

    4 сағат бұрын

    That’s giving me anxiety because it looks like he is going to fall or the tree is going to fall on him

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