Wasn't really planning on doing a video of them dropping the main part but I certainly can. They are going to bring in the stump grinder this afternoon or tomorrow to finish the work. Might get some of that as well. I did get the NY322 with the loader out and helped push the small stuff in a pile. They liked it had a tooth bar and could pull limbs around with no effort.
There's advantages of living on a main drag or an arterial road. The road gets plowed first in a snow emergency so its easy to get out of your neighborhood. There's public transportation like local buses with stops near your home which is nice. Police, Fire, and Rescue get to you faster than been buried back in a neighborhood especially if there's two feet of snow on the ground and you have medical emergency. Every minute helps save a life.
Oh, I'm not saying that! The road in front of my house is a county highway that mainly feeds the sawmill in town and the peanut/cotton harvest. During the daylight hours, there's maybe one vehicle every couple of minutes but at night that drops to maybe one or two per hour.
There are no buses or any type of public transportation here. Other than the county highways, vast majority of roads here are dirt that have a road grader smooth out a couple of times a year.
I was just saying that PA318Guy other pics of his homestead appeared to be rather quiet, like his ditch ones.
I think the trees they took down in my front yard they dump them or made firewood. I'm glad they took them down. Every time I was to cut the grass I would have to rake up the twigs. The beautiful yellow leaves I didn't mind, its the branches and twigs constantly falling down and picking them up.