- Logging trailer first use
Flipety that was a hard 3 miles home
Built a logging trailer from scrap and some wheelbarrow wheels to collect wind fallen logs and today was its first outing .
I had spotted some nice fallen brances about 3 miles from home nice and accessible for the bike but got a bit greedy and I think overloaded it a tad for my one trout power legs.
was I glad to have a proper granny gear or I would have had to leave some logs halfway up the first hill .
Great start to the 2014 training legs now feel like I have done 25 miles in the dales.Posted 4 years agoB.A.NanaMember
I don’t know, I need to make contact with him again to find out what’s happening. The last we heard (Sept), the Head Councillor was having a meeting with ‘them’ to straighten things out. It’s all gone very quiet tho. I’ll phone him next week and also ask if the offer to take some trees is still there.Posted 4 years agocoastkidMember
Thats a good load trout! 🙂
The dual wheels stop the front end lifting if overladed i imagine?
The BOB trailers do this until underway if overloaded
Hauled some wood off the coast today with the FatBOB trailer!, some nice Oak washed into John Muir Bay from the recent Tyne river spate after the heavy rains 🙂
Hauling wood is a great work out and free heating for the house!
5 loads!Posted 4 years ago
Hauling beach firewood with the fat BOB trailer! 020 by coastkid71, on Flickr
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