Burning All The Clearing Debris

28 Mar 2021
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  • WOW, You Really Get The Job Done! That is inspirational. EYL Chris and Rick From Chicago❤

    Chris ThomasonChris ThomasonDitë më parë
  • Destruição do planeta e da biodivercidade e especies do local

    Ederson simplesEderson simples4 ditë më parë
  • I started to say Dirt Perfect's brush fires can't hold a candle compared to yours but, they are a candle flame compared to yours lol

    Darrell BiceDarrell Bice11 ditë më parë
  • Lord, I hate a rolling brush pile!

    James MaxwellJames Maxwell11 ditë më parë
  • You did a great job on that drainage. And you can swing that bucket...I doubt anybody else could get a job done quicker than you can. Volvo should sponsor you. You sold me on one and I'm not an excavator. ;)

    strangersoundstrangersound14 ditë më parë
  • Nice series really good stuff.

    nick chillnick chill16 ditë më parë
  • how does the bucket not catch fire

  • Your wasting money by burning that wood ,You should made charcoal out of that wood. Or compact it in to a hole for compost

    NicoMarius SmitNicoMarius Smit28 ditë më parë
  • I'm 70 years old and damn I love watching a man work that really knows his business. You handle those machines professionally with ease. Keep up the great videos and thanks for sharing with us.

    jambocoojambocoo29 ditë më parë
  • What, no fire brigade?

    DamoDoesAllDamoDoesAllMuaj më parë
  • Must have dug up a bees nest. They were attacking the camera 😂

    The Global DeceptionThe Global DeceptionMuaj më parë
  • I have a question..@23:20 or thereabouts..is that a Hummingbird flying around the Camera?

    DelekhamDelekhamMuaj më parë
  • The camera doesn't give justice of how big those machines are specially that bucket.

    Pedro Mata JrPedro Mata JrMuaj më parë
  • Don’t you have anybody to assist you-you being all alone ? What if you got hurt, trip or burnt, its like hiking--never want to be out all alone,

    John BadalutzJohn BadalutzMuaj më parë
  • Loved the video...hated the sound of wasps buzzing around me. Lol.

    Ben ChipleyBen ChipleyMuaj më parë

    Dennis MalcolmDennis MalcolmMuaj më parë
  • It is hard to beat experience. You have been doing this type of work for a long time, know your way around, and have solved your share of problems. When others ask why you don`t chip, or why you don`t haul out the timber, what they are saying is they lack the experience, and the knowledge you have, and they want you to teach them what, why, and how. You are certainly better than any class room education.

    Stillwater62 ##Stillwater62 ##Muaj më parë
  • Anybody else bundle their yard debris/limbs/clippings in their hands like Chris does with the excavator before throwing it in the fire?

    Mike ClarkMike ClarkMuaj më parë
  • Awesome job👊🏻 I would think that heat would mess with the hydraulic lines???

    skippyjl1skippyjl1Muaj më parë
  • Those flies zoomin around the mic sounded like powerlines shortcircuit

    vTaqzvTaqzMuaj më parë
  • Hummingbirds?

    Double Dare FanDouble Dare FanMuaj më parë
  • Chris is a One Man Show! Very therapeutic watching this vlog and others you do. Keep em coming!

    ua787ua787Muaj më parë
  • Brilliant job from what it was when you arrived

    Nick DaviesNick DaviesMuaj më parë
  • When you were in the dozer, what kind of bugs were those thst were attempting to mate with the camera?

    Randy SheRandy SheMuaj më parë
  • I'm seriously jealous. You play with heavy machinery and get to build bonfires. I noticed the bees seem to take a liking to your cameras too!

    dyffykinsdyffykinsMuaj më parë
  • Chris, i got in here late i saw you put in trenches in a segment, is this cleared area where that happened?

    randy swartzfagerrandy swartzfagerMuaj më parë
  • I used a chipper that stuff is best burned. Plus the rocks that would get into the chipper. The rental place would not like you after the chopper teeth get damaged.

    Jason BornJason BornMuaj më parë
  • Always wondered WHY Folks doing Lot Clearing used these machines... NOW I know WHY... Much easier and quicker than running a Chainsaw and Brush Knife Crew then following up with a Dozer! ☺️

    MoPac Rail FanMoPac Rail FanMuaj më parë
  • It's looking loads better that place not as swampy as it did 😅👍

    Christopher HarbonChristopher HarbonMuaj më parë
  • Do no think that anybody with a chipper would even allow that junk through his machine.

    thetubersworld tubethetubersworld tubeMuaj më parë
  • lot of habitat up in smoke there--- not a lot of hope for our species future

    tg wardtg wardMuaj më parë
  • That rake really upped your clearing speed I think.

    XeshaiXeshaiMuaj më parë
  • gonna need a really long stick to cook hot dogs on his fires.

    charles dilmorecharles dilmoreMuaj më parë
  • ya think that dozer has been a nice addition too your crew??? I think sooo. Now that is a nice fire going on... Get ur done chris......!!!

    donny Tylerdonny TylerMuaj më parë
  • That's going to be one hell of a big house

    CaptFuzzyCaptFuzzyMuaj më parë
  • You gotta name that little Dozer Thomas. The little dozer that could.

    Scott VaughanScott VaughanMuaj më parë
  • He'll have fun getting this camera back

    T PepT PepMuaj më parë
  • Heck with that mulch, BURN IT!

    T PepT PepMuaj më parë
  • Bugs are photobombing lol oh nature, gotta love it

    William LarkinWilliam LarkinMuaj më parë
  • Hey so I'm about to start excavating for the concrete company I work at we used to have it all subbed out but my boss bought a 636 bobcat mini excavator and I know that gist and I'm not horrible at it but I've been watching your videos to try to pick up some tips do you have any advice for me I know how to operate I'm just not smooth I'm not crisp but I can do it to where the grade is right I think foundations for concrete jobs I'm just slow

    Paddrick SmithPaddrick SmithMuaj më parë
    • I dig concrete foundations not think but I do think while I'm doing it

      Paddrick SmithPaddrick SmithMuaj më parë
  • Thank you for the insight into the mulching question; it seems logical at first glance but if it's worthless then it's worthless.

    Jim's videosJim's videosMuaj më parë
  • No Karen was hurt during the production of this video.....

    HB JNLHB JNLMuaj më parë
  • Boy! I'd love a triaxle load of those ashes. The local mill burns their slabs. I get their ashes. Just like fertilizer.

    JB BrownJB BrownMuaj më parë
  • Slash piles can burn for days even weeks.

    Louis LarsenLouis LarsenMuaj më parë
  • 23:50 Big assed bugs flying around. Beetles? Cicadas?

    SparkeySparkeyMuaj më parë
  • awesome job!!

    Grizzly Brush Eater LLCGrizzly Brush Eater LLCMuaj më parë
  • Dump 110 gallons of old gas/oil on top of pile with your bucket and light it up. Do it when it's cold though

    Corey CovingtonCorey CovingtonMuaj më parë
  • Chris ~ Picking up last Falls debris does not prove your no chipping theory. Also pointing at the trees that you laid down that have had a bit of time to dry up also does not prove your no chipping theory. And pointing at dormant trees that are still standing does not prove your no chipping theory. You could just own the fact that you burn because it is a quicker process and more money in your pocket. Because in the end, you could chip all that wood and place it on the property edge or in low areas for fill that will rot and make good topsoil. But ya, owning it instead of giving the viewers crap is the better way to go.

    Maine ManMaine ManMuaj më parë
  • Wow. I checked the specifications of the Volvo 220 and the lifting height is 6m = 20ft. This is a very high barbecue fire.

    Making it HappenMaking it HappenMuaj më parë
  • Burn on, Dozier and keep on digging.. like the videos!

    John KingJohn KingMuaj më parë
  • I sure hope you called the Fire Dept today. Keep it up and your going to get on the Fire Dept $hit list.

    James TateJames TateMuaj më parë
  • Sometimes I feel it should be "letsburn18"

    Tony GostlingTony GostlingMuaj më parë
  • I think you need to invest in a flamethrower!

    Redeye TruckerRedeye TruckerMuaj më parë
  • Not muddy. Schloppy. Tha'd be the correct adjective. SCHLOPPY!!!

    Brian BeardBrian BeardMuaj më parë
  • I think the burning would be the fun part of the job.

    douglas millerdouglas millerMuaj më parë
  • what kind of pine tree is that please let me know

    George MitchellGeorge MitchellMuaj më parë
  • Just missing the grilled marshamallows, some country music..!! With some good old time tales..!!! light sigh..!

    Xavier. CXavier. CMuaj më parë
  • But you can use the chipper in conjunction with the concrete pump and the dragline and the lowboy and I’m sure the chip hauling trailer. Then you’d need some kind of loader for loading the chips. Pretty easy to spend other people’s money

    Robert QuastRobert QuastMuaj më parë
  • We've been burning in GA with a pit and an ACD permit. First time burning really doing 30 acres of stumps, underbrush, and slash. Its crazy how hot that pit gets and how fast you can feed it.

    Aaron MooreAaron MooreMuaj më parë
  • NO $’s in Selling Crap Mulch. Everyone’s Entitled to their Opinion, NO matter how Minuscule it is.🤪

    Ken S.Ken S.Muaj më parë
  • The bugs are trying to steal your camera. Big ones.

    Wes WestmorelandWes WestmorelandMuaj më parë
  • 38:49 That bird was awfully fast. Thought it was going to land on camera for a second.

    BuckhananBuckhananMuaj më parë
  • I think you found the bee-gee’s. Lol get it. Run if you see murder hornets.

    Karl WaltonKarl WaltonMuaj më parë
  • The Dozer doesn't look so big in its natural habitat !

    scott garloffscott garloffMuaj më parë
  • Just after you get off the excavator and in the dozer! Something tells me you pizzed off a wasp nest, they're looking for you buddy! 😬🐝🐝🐝🐝

    HerbybanditHerbybanditMuaj më parë
  • Man your good with that bucket. How long that take you? A day for the dozer and a day for the fire? I've got 20 acres in west va and I need a solution but I don't have you skill. Also don't want to pay a fortune to clear........

    R BR BMuaj më parë
  • What...no jacket potatoes for lunch...your missing a trick...lol...

    Stu NStu NMuaj më parë
  • Chris I like the way you tell about what you are doing and no you don't talk to much and you do have a good sense of humor

    George MitchellGeorge MitchellMuaj më parë
  • What is the song at the end? Very beautiful.

    Nothing IsRealNothing IsRealMuaj më parë
  • When I started clearing my property I would save any trees 12" or more in diameter for firewood (mostly Hickory and Oak trees). I have a log splitter and a wife that likes to split wood. After giving away a lot of wood I still have more split firewood than I know what to do with, so now pretty much every tree that I take down goes to the burn pile. Chipping anything up for mulch or whatever would be nothing more than a huge waste of my time.

    Steve MartinezSteve MartinezMuaj më parë
  • Chris How about a "servicing the excavator" video ? yep can smell the burning pine over in Uk!!

    Andrew SaundersAndrew SaundersMuaj më parë
  • To the next person that says you should be mulching, tell them you have a business opportunity for them!

    kier Millerkier MillerMuaj më parë
  • Chip it and spread it out on site? TBF it does require running another piece of equipment, but at least you can say it's been disposed of ecologically

    James TroupJames TroupMuaj më parë
  • looks to me like using that dozer to push all the piles of burning material to the pile saves you a ton of time vs hauling it with the trackhoe

    easylookereasylookerMuaj më parë
  • 26 min mark. you disturb a bee nest? lol

    easylookereasylookerMuaj më parë
  • The sound of the excavator makes me 😴

    kjc748kjc748Muaj më parë
  • Say Chris, have you ever thought about burning diesel to chip all that trash. It would only produce sulphur and monoxide. Far better than burning the wood which would produce co2 and steam. One combination kills trees, the other is what trees use to grow. Answers on a postcard tree huggers.

    Bob MortonBob MortonMuaj më parë
  • Like the music at the end too!!

    James FarnhamJames FarnhamMuaj më parë
  • Did you get stung going back for the camera? Looks like you placed it very near a nest. It must emit some frequency they didn't like - or smell like diesel fuel

    Dan-oDan-oMuaj më parë
  • That bulldozer looks more like a small dog than a bull. Pugdozer?

    Skorpy NekomimiSkorpy NekomimiMuaj më parë
  • hey Chris I was wondering why you don't do burn pits and fill in afterwards ?

    200lb_ Gorilla200lb_ GorillaMuaj më parë
  • I know it's gotten warmer but I can't believe knats, mosquitos and bee's are out already.

    Stephen RussellStephen RussellMuaj më parë
  • Where is that you are working?

    Joe LinkJoe LinkMuaj më parë
  • Nice dozer

    Kristy StaatsKristy StaatsMuaj më parë
  • At 23:56, 27:35 looks like you disturbed a hornets' nest!!

    Rick HarperRick HarperMuaj më parë
  • Why are you burning all this wood and adding to global warming and not producing any useful product. Do you not have biofuel power stations that would use this resource efficiently?

    Dick GoodeyDick GoodeyMuaj më parë
  • the brush rake works great love it

    Darin HassettDarin HassettMuaj më parë
  • Why anyone would question you, why don't you do it this way, just blows my mind!!!! First of all you the professional doing it, second of all they obviously don't have a clue!!!!

    Rick HarperRick HarperMuaj më parë
  • 😊

    ross nolanross nolanMuaj më parë
  • Those bugs should have saddles on them holy :)

    Camden LakeCamden LakeMuaj më parë
  • That was awesome Chris!! That dozer can push an enormous load! Burning all of that crap was the best idea.

    Patrick QuitterPatrick QuitterMuaj më parë
  • Don't need to mulch it. Just use long reach excavator with shedder heads. Watched a crew of machines shred three acres of standing trees. Not a chainsaw on site. Dozers came behind excavators grading lot to grade. No big root balls to dig out. They left behind a clean graded lot.

    Eric JohnstonEric JohnstonMuaj më parë
  • You are a deftly skilled operator. I love how your bucket and thumb are just extensions of your hands, you make it look so effortless! I really enjoy how quickly you remove trees and make it look like childs play...keep up the good work Chris, thanks for sharing

    Jerry HarringtonJerry HarringtonMuaj më parë
  • Just one more question Chris, if you had miniature fork attachments for the dozer rake, would it be easier pushing those broken trees to the fire?

    Dermot ByrneDermot ByrneMuaj më parë
  • What? No rocks in this lot clearing? I'll bet you are happier than a skunk. Good job young man, keep up the good work and videos.

    Don BurgDon BurgMuaj më parë
  • Chris, are you allowed to have more fire piles on the one permit?

    Dermot ByrneDermot ByrneMuaj më parë
  • Poxy spell checker I put it as it should be Buckrake not Nuclear Rake

    Crawford PotterCrawford PotterMuaj më parë
  • Cr is of you had longer spikes on the fixed rake you can but further under the rubbish we call it nuclear in the UK saves a lot of reversing back and forth ,Try it . Excellent work by the way.

    Crawford PotterCrawford PotterMuaj më parë
  • I would like to thank you ! I have been watching you now going on 3 to 4 years and have enjoyed every minute . Thank you Keith

    Big Ray WaxmanBig Ray WaxmanMuaj më parë
  • Looks like you pissed off some Hornets lol

    Tony St LouisTony St LouisMuaj më parë