Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

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Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby luke » Sat Dec 05, 2009 12:43 pm

I'm needing to plan a work party to plan for our next tournament, which is hopeful for late January. I've been out there every weekend, but I can only do so much with my little chainsaw. In addition to adding the new downhill hole, I'm wanting to improve/lengthen a few of the existing holes.

Please respond if you might be able to help.
When? At any point between now and mid January!
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Re: Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby Wookie » Sat Dec 05, 2009 4:35 pm

Let me see what I can work out and I will let you know. I been itchin' to fire up the chain saw.
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Re: Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby Cha Ching » Sat Dec 05, 2009 4:43 pm

I'll get "vertically challenged" together, and come out to help!
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Re: Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby luke » Sat Dec 05, 2009 7:29 pm

Wookie, the new fairway has 15 pines of any girth to cut down, plus plenty of smaller trees. I've been working on the fairway, getting the smaller trees out and defining the edges. Today I built a bench behind the teepad.

I look forward to getting your chainsaw out there again. Let me know ahead of time when you think you can come and I'll plan a work day around it.
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Re: Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby djester » Sun Dec 06, 2009 7:54 pm

As long as you don't plan on a Perkerson Sunday event, I can make it out there. I have a chainsaw as well. We could clear any path's you have in one day.... picking up and moving the tree's is another story.
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Re: Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby luke » Sun Dec 06, 2009 9:37 pm

It's official--our next tournament is January 30. I'm going to have a work day to get the new hole ready for it, and to spruce up a few existing holes.

There are 3 places that could stand some sawin', all of them close together. At the next work party, we should have the manpower to pick up most of the trees that are cut down. Most of them are pine, but they aren't monsters.

Let me know of your availability--I'd really like to get most of the cutting done before Christmas, though I suppose it can wait.
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Re: Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby MrFixIt » Tue Dec 08, 2009 1:15 pm

Would be glad to help in any way, luke.
I would need advance notice, as I would probably ride up w/ someone else.

Do you have a date set, or, in mind for the work day?
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Re: Workers/big chainsaws needed for volunteer days

Postby luke » Tue Dec 08, 2009 11:10 pm

Not yet. I have to wait until I know when the chainsaws are coming to give the rest of us something to do. I'm hoping to get together with Wookie about coming sometime before Christmas but after the 18th. We'll do some cutting on a weekday, then have a workday weekend to clean up and do other stuff. It would make sense to do that after the new year.
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