It was a row of 7 Western red cedars, but some were composed of multiple stems
The main access was down a fairly narrow footpath/track that we had to keep open to the public, luckily my truck and chipper are fairly narrow so we could keep it parked there and people could still get past, although we lucked out as we only saw one person every morning!
This enabled us to get the truck right under the trees, minimising the drag.
As you can see, they had a pretty big spread
Brought in an extra climber, meaning there was two of us in the trees and 3 on the ground, Its amazing what you can get done with 5 guys on site!
We were pretty lucky with the weather
By the end of day 2 we had all the brash off and just a few of the stems left to deal with
After a couple of hours on day 3 we managed to squeeze a tractor and grain trailer in to take away the timber
First of 2 loads
Some of the wood chip we took away
Day 4 after we shifted 2 full truck loads of sawdust and sweepings
Definitely improved the view
Just some of what we took away