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Old 26-01-2007, 02:45 PM
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Default I'm a surgeon... of trees that is.

Just a quick introduction as I am new to this forum.

My name is Mark and I have just started up in business as a tree surgeon and garden specialist, that is to say that I do a lot of manual and hard labour. I love it and it gets me out in the open. What more can I say. I have been a tree surgeon for the past 15 years for other companies and decided to go it alone.

Despite my love for climbing and chopping, I have also a keen interest in the finer and more environmental gardening issues so I hope to gleen a few tips and maybe impart a few as well.

Look forward to speaking to you all in the future.

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