We are ready !! After a mid summer conference/vacay that was supposed to be a break, instead of just the start of the year, we are in the thick of it. Tree jobs lined up for the foreseeable future. Chris doing the spiderman between two trees. My more dramatic suggestion was to chop and dropContinue reading “A day at the lake [Brandon Tree Service]”
Get it? Haul-ie? Knee slapper. We found her in a field near Beausejour – the weekend of Erin and Mark’s wedding. Boy, do we love her. Wait until spring 2014 – when we roll her out with an all new look !!
During the lead up, we decided to visit my sister and her family in Calgary. We had anticipated that it would be a welcome break after working really hard for a month or two. As I’ve bellyached in other posts about Mother Nature, I’ll just skate past this one today. Hanging out with the weeContinue reading “Dinosaurs [Brandon Mb Tree Service]”
We’ve had a rough start to the year. Any time it snows on my birthday (May 9) – you know you are in Manitoba. However, we’ve been busy bees, getting ready for when the sun cracked through the clouds and melted all the snow. Like trying on hats. Digging up cattails with Laura Reeves toContinue reading “A frosty spring [Brandon Mb Tree Service]”
We have been working with a local artist, and are pleased to be launching our new logo !
One of the joys challenges of our fledgling biz is the proper care and feeding of our menagerie of chainsaws, choppers, trimmers, chippers as well as fleet management. To give us a hand, we recruited our friend Ed all the way from Wpg, who is a small engine wizard. Or Medgician (this is a playContinue reading “Small Engine Repair School with Special Guest [Brandon Mb Tree Service]”
Something that I maybe had not been completely apprised of when this whole thing started – logs are heavy. I pause to take a picture of that man of mine.
Chris and I had been watching the weather channel pretty close to determine when we should swoop in and take down the tree. The tree had already shed some branches – somewhat inauspiciously on the roof of the house to the north. With a winter storm watch on, we wanted to make our move. SandwichedContinue reading “Tree Removal in Winter [Brandon Mb Tree Service]”