Marc Posted August 22, 2015 Report Share Posted August 22, 2015 Click to Enlarge 50.06 KB With temps from mid 90's to just over 100, I worked only for two, three hours in the early AM to get this 30 - 36" stump out. The pit reached 9' diameter and averaged about 28" deep. Only power tool was a reciprocating saw. The tree that once stood here was chopped up for firewood several years ago (took a few months to do that) and used for zen campfires on the stump every now and then. When the earth started showing in the middle of the stump, I decided to take the rest out myself. Most of it came out in 6, 8 large pieces, a few seemed as heavy as I. About 15, 20 hours to get it all out. It's a wonderful feeling to prevail and win. Marc Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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