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Uncle Mud Permaculture Technology Experiments 2019 Part 4 Round Pole Framing with Tractor Gin Pole

 
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This was a cool thing to watch. A gin pole gives you extra height and leverage when you are working up higher than the reach of your bucket.

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Say, that looked really familiar! I think I need to wear something other than beige on beige next time, if I passed out and fell on some dirt or sand, you'd never find me. I'm looking forward to being there this summer to build some more awesome things!

The gin pole setup worked really well, and I'd also like to one day work with a log arch and then a tripod with block and tackle setup for lifting logs as well, for those who don't have access to a tractor with a loader.
 
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