Marg Produe
Registered On: March 16, 2022
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Hi Natalie,  It’s nice to meet another tree cutter and yes, the job will definitely keep you in shape.  Actually 120 is my average and I’m just a small person.  This is the way that I’ve eaten for years,  I weigh myself each morning and adjust my meal size to keep my weight on track.  If I’m up, I cut back and If I’m down I have a larger pizza slice.  7 days ago I was 122.6 and two days ago I was 118.4.  Each day I actually eat 1 Eggo waffle, 1 Jones sausage and 1 cup of coffee, (for breakfast),  then 1 small slice of frozen sausage pizza, 1 can of Miller Lite, a few grapes and a few cashews (for both lunch and for dinner).  For a snack I may eat a piece of cheese or a small dish of ice cream.  I also drink about 5 to 9 glasses of water.  I eat what I enjoy and my doctors say that I have better health than they do.  I never go to the gym but as you know, do work hard in the woods but I usually only work a half day now.  I learned to climb and free hang and saw 60 years ago.  I can still do it but not as easily with some hand and back arthritis.  I specialize in single tree removal in a grove and usually drop the tree from the base without damaging nearby trees or structures and have had an almost near perfect record over the years. I do the limbing, chipping, splitting, sectioning and if necessary carting to the mill for slabbing.   Currently, I’ve been switching over to electric chainsaws and our chippers are a 4 cylinder Ford chuck and duck Woodchuck 12 and a modified 8 hp MacKissic Mighty Mac.  I also work with 50 and 100 foot 3/8 and 1/2 inch cables, a 94 Blazer, a 96 Dodge 1500 and two 1950 Farmall H’s , one with a backhoe and one with a front loader.  I do this in summer and switch to women’s costume repair and construction for winter which is a much quieter and safer occupation.  The only problem is that my weight tends to edge up then if I don’t cut my pizza slice in half and I really like pizza.  Stay healthy,  Marg

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