Fun Father’s Day project

JeremyBX2200

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So I have a good size stump in my back yard that I had been working on some. A fellow forum member suggested using my pressure washer and turbo tip to expose the roots and help get is out. Well today my 3 boys and I got after it. They power washed and I continued to dig down around it. Ended up being 2 stumps. One smaller and one larger.

How we started
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After a lot of pressure washing and digging I was finally able to push the stump over and drag it out.
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Now I just have to refill the hole with the dirt I dug out.
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And after playing in the dirt and mud all day you have to get cleaned up.
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Over all it was a good Father’s Day. My boys and I hanging out and tackling a project. Even better is that we won and got it done.
 
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NCL4701

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Nothing is quite as unifying as fighting a common enemy. Looks like y’all had a good tussle with that stump before it gave up. That’s a good day.
 
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bird dogger

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Nicely done! What a beautiful spot you have there, too!! With great help like that you won't need a bigger tractor!!
 

JeremyBX2200

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Nicely done! What a beautiful spot you have there, too!! With great help like that you won't need a bigger tractor!!
Thanks.Bought it and moved in a year ago October. Past owners hadn’t done anything for quite some time, so there is never a shortage of projects.

The help is great. Always good to have some young backs around to lend a hand.
 
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cliffboyer

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What messy endeavor....but looks like fun was had. And a cool dip to boot!
Your a fortunate man. Great bonding on Father's Day.
 
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bird dogger

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Thanks.Bought it and moved in a year ago October. Past owners hadn’t done anything for quite some time, so there is never a shortage of projects.

The help is great. Always good to have some young backs around to lend a hand.
That's pretty much the same as here, having bought from elderly previous owners. Always lots of projects from upkeep that was too hard for the past owners to do at their age. Now that my kids are out on their own I've had to replace them with implements. That's not near as much fun.....but the implements don't complain either! LOL!

I'd love to hire your 3 muscular boys instantly!! If only our locations were a little closer..... :unsure:
 
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skeets

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Yep it is always nice having a couple strong young bucks around to help,, makes ya love them even more
 

Frank46

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Bought about 50' of 1" yellow poly rope from Lowe's. Braided a large eye at each end. Two small 5/8" steel shackles and one large steel shackle for the towbar. I occasionally have to deal with dead limbs larger than my FEL. Actually nothing more than a glorified tow rope. Wrap one end around the dead tree limbs on the ground and fasten the other end to the 1" shackle to the tow bar. Tow the dead tree limbs to the burn pile. disconnect the first shackle. Then use the fel to push them onto the burn pile. My biggest complaint is that the pecan trees is usually the brittle wood. Don't have to worry about fires other than the one I started as I'm usually the one watching it and always have a hose ready. I took a page out of the farm workers book when I see them all day wearing heavy work shirts with long sleeves. I hate poison ivy, used to get it bad, but with the heavy long sleeve shirts haven;t got any in the last two years. Frank