Serving Jefferson, Clallam & Kitsap Counties, WA. since 2006

Port Townsend, Port Hadlock, Chimacum, Irondale, Port Ludlow, Sequim, Carlsborg, Blyn, Diamond Point, Port Angeles, Shine, Quilcene, Coyle, Brinnon, Poulsbo, Silverdale, Kingston, Bainbridge Island, Suquamish, Hansville, Bremerton, Indianola etc.

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Other photos

Using the ground stake to secure the grinder on the cliff-side...YIKES!    (Brinnon)

A plywood "tent" & tarp curtains were set up to protect the many windows from possible rock projectiles. (Port Ludlow)

Using both sets of ramps for traction.  (Port Townsend)

A 4-wheel drive grinder was necessary to climb this bank.   (Port Ludlow)

These longer, wider ramps have come in handy.   (Port Ludlow)

Have to be careful....don't want to send the grinder down the bank!  (Port Angeles)

  This stump was a tricky one to maneuver into, sans dual wheels.  (Cape George)

I decided this poor framing may hold up to the weight of the did.  (Port Townsend)

Another tight squeeze even after dual wheel removal. This is why I love my newer wireless remote stump grinder instead of using this her "Ol' Yeller" grinder.  (Sequim)

A very large maple cluster.  (Port Angeles)

This is a first: Grinding a root passing through a garage!   (Port Angeles)

Doing whatever is necessary to get the job done (planks, ramps, gate removal).   (Port Townsend)

I work in a variety of locations.   (Sequim)

My uncle Arnie Barrow in DeLand, Florida, with his fleet of Carlton stump grinders (Though now I believe two of these grinders have been replaced by Bandit grinders).

Problem solving: Removed the dual wheels, set up ramps & moved items from my path to manuever the grinder across the porch to reach a stump in the garden.   (Port Hadlock)

Set up ramps & removed the outer wheels to slip through a gate.    (Tacoma)

Grinding on a terraced garden.    (Port Ludlow)

A most unusual location: grinding a large stump in a compost pile.    (Bell Hill, Sequim)

Using all of the "tricks-of-the trade" on this job.   (Kala Point)

Removed the dual wheels to make my way up the garden path.    (Port Townsend)

Using the tongue extension to push up the slope. I also 
used the chip barriers to keep the street clean.    (Kingston)

A row of stumps as part of a two day job at the Cedars at Dungeness golf course.    (Sequim)

Chain-sawed & ground two large maple clusters
.    (Shine)

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