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Labour needed £90 + Food/Drink

Discussion in 'North Wales' started by ER1C, Nov 25, 2015.

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  1. Funkykipper

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    Did you get it all shifted?
     
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    Hi mate, long shot I know, but if you ever need a hand or a day or two labour, give us a shout! I'm local and well versed in all kinds of outdoor work, and compost toilets!! :)
     
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    Its funny I forgot about this thread..... Right chaps new situation...

    Shepherds hut needs moving from a hillside.

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    It just needs dragging along this path (behind the hot in this pic) and then down a track (left of hut in the pic) which is a bit steep. I have just tried with a quad but the problem is the steering is moving whilst pulling so I think it needs 1 pulling gradually and one on plank duty, one holding the steering straight.

    Need at least 2 more men, and at least 1 landrover with a winch.. I have mine but once winched out it will block the land rover in. I figure once back it will be just hitching it up and first and low and sail down the hill.

    It is weather dependent but may be a one for a weekend (not this one looking at it)

    Reward. £90
    A good lunch on site (Sandwiches/crisps/chocolate, soft drink of your choice)
    Unlimited Teas/Coffee etc.
    A souvenir log :)
     
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    Hiya matey! Defo up for this, my next available w/end is May 19th, sorry if that's too far away, but if not, count me in :)
     
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    Ok lets pencil that date in... There is no huge rush.
     
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    All done I am afraid.... I was trying to shift it a metre a day to ensure success when others came but it became a bit precarious and nearly lost it down the bank. As a result, we ended up enlisting the help of a nice welsh chap with the biggest tractor I have seen and on the hottest bank holiday of the year..pulled it along and down...Can you sweat your own body weight in a day ?
     
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