Finished Cleaning Up At The Big Dredging Project

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  • The stakes... that's f-ing hilarious

    Tim In San DiegoTim In San Diego16 ditë më parë
  • You tear up a lot of the area where you do your work, bidding projects and explaining/managing customer expectations has to be at the top of your presentation for a project.

    Tim In San DiegoTim In San Diego16 ditë më parë
  • Hahahaha... and pulling out those metal stakes. Seriously... quick and smart and fun to see

    Tim In San DiegoTim In San Diego16 ditë më parë
  • I am really surprised. You seem to treat your work as if you were doing it at your own home. I'd hire you in a second.

    Tim In San DiegoTim In San Diego16 ditë më parë
  • I have to say... you do a damn good job. I'll never build a pond and won't use heavy equipment but I really love watching these videos.

    Tim In San DiegoTim In San Diego16 ditë më parë
  • Another fantastic job done again Chris. You must be sick of the sight of all that mud. It must be a royal pain in the butt when you get restricted to where and how you can get rid of all that mud.!! Pity you could not get a long reach in there to get that mud out . Take care, be safe Graham 🇬🇧🇬🇧👍👍

    Graham AllenGraham Allen24 ditë më parë
  • Thank you for the enjoyable video's. I am of course on the outside of your world looking in but I wanted to throw out a couple idea's I had that you probably already thought of but here goes anyway. Why don't Engineers incorporate a maintenance area for these have to have retention ponds they make land owners build ? they all know they will have to maintained at some point. After watching what you have to go through at these apartment complexes and HOA's life for all would be better if there was a dedicated area made just for the maintaining of these Ponds. Just an idea. Also when digging out your holes for the fire pits check out what the Indians used to do when building fire pits in their T-P's. They would dig the hole then make air vent trenches to the center of the hole to keep the fire fed with oxygen, almost like a rocket stove. Just a couple idea's. Thanks for reading and keep up the video's.

    Donald BramlettDonald Bramlett26 ditë më parë
  • Timmy saw no advancement. Tim is best off in a place he can rise

    gynogyno28 ditë më parë
  • I wonder where this complex is located. They have a beautiful piece of property.

    Wildey's HereWildey's HereMuaj më parë
  • That chain trick is slicker n snot

    CoolBreezeCoolBreezeMuaj më parë
  • Good for Tim...Not so good for you

    Tom SaalfrankTom SaalfrankMuaj më parë
  • 8:00 Should have waved at the camera :p

    F HuberF HuberMuaj më parë
  • Absolutely the coolest way I've ever seen for pulling those posts out.

    Joe BledsoeJoe BledsoeMuaj më parë
  • How long until Tim has his own channel? Number 1 graduate.

    B HowardB HowardMuaj më parë
  • I do love that the audio is good enough that you can here the Valves moving in the Hydraulic Assemblies. ASMR dirtwork.

    CirithDuathCirithDuathMuaj më parë
  • Have you done a video on how you got started in this field of work, maybe some pictures of your first equipment purchases. Your very knowledgeable, you must of been doing this for awhile, and you like what you do.

    Charles MillerCharles MillerMuaj më parë
  • humble brag on the equipment

    dmdmMuaj më parë
  • Now we know why you go through your mud mats so quickly! :)

    Blue Collar Consulting GroupBlue Collar Consulting GroupMuaj më parë
  • Where's Timmy?

    4delfadelfa4delfadelfaMuaj më parë
  • Using the mat to scrape was genius

    Aaron RisleyAaron RisleyMuaj më parë
  • The machine doesn't make the man, the man makes the machine. Always impressed with your level os skill and knowledge, people assume all too often you just jump in and start slinging dirt.

    Mark Carpenter JrMark Carpenter JrMuaj më parë
  • Great video, you taught me a new trick with the snig chain and pulling warratahs nice one thank you. Statement of the week - "Smear it around and wish it the best" - love that comment. Love your work as always cheers from NZ

    Ironhorse41Ironhorse41Muaj më parë
  • Looks nice what you did but that whole dam pond needs to be dredged by the looks.

    James FarnhamJames FarnhamMuaj më parë
  • With the mud mats, would it not be easier to have a trailer for them? Wouldn't need to be much, just a frame with wheels that you can use an excavator to set them in, and then grab with the bucket to tow it. Might even get away with skids instead of wheels.

    Skorpy NekomimiSkorpy NekomimiMuaj më parë
  • Awesome video as usual. Would love to go out and see some of your work. Where was this project?

    Jim BeckJim BeckMuaj më parë
  • Tim was an awesome employee. Best of luck in his future!

    KyleKyleMuaj më parë
  • Post pulling was cool, it would take dynamite to get you outta that seat.

    Darrell RoetersDarrell RoetersMuaj më parë
  • Man you are an amazing equipment operator

    KC RoadDogKC RoadDogMuaj më parë
  • This may be a dumb question, but, what are your mats made out of and how are they held together? It seems like the can take a ridiculous amount of abuse. Raking piles of mud with them blew my mind!

    Nathan ToddNathan ToddMuaj më parë
  • @letsdig18 why ain't you tinted the vio55 yet? that thing would look nice with some tint 👍🏻👌🏻

    Chris DishmanChris DishmanMuaj më parë
  • Watched many videos over the years. This is by far the worst one.

    chip bakerchip bakerMuaj më parë
  • The heart beat of a business owner is the check book. It tells you what's going in and what's going out and how much is left over. The heart beat is much more reliable than the fans in the stands saying spend more money we need better players when you are already winning every game.

    PaulPaulMuaj më parë
  • Wow

    fred Oropesafred OropesaMuaj më parë
  • Do you have a new Timmy?

    Mac McnameeMac McnameeMuaj më parë
  • I'd think if you guys wanted to grow there wouldve been space for Timmy to advance.

    Jason HullJason HullMuaj më parë
  • I'm sure there wil be some Karens that will complain that it's not "exactly" how it was before and it's muddier now. It's just their nature.

    1 Proud American1 Proud AmericanMuaj më parë
  • I guess he wasn’t Worth a raise

    Rollen AboutRollen AboutMuaj më parë
  • "It's me and the owner" now I feel like an idiot. I thought you were the owner? Haha Also, you're expertise never ceases to amaze me. Pulling up the stakes with that chain! 👌

    42pierce42pierce2 muaj më parë
  • Man im trying to go through the videos to watch them in order of the progress, its really hard to watch like the minow pond videos in order to see the whole project take shape. I mean frim straightening up the minow pond to the creek to the big pond. I think if you stuck with a particular label throughout the whole job from start to finish, part 1, part 2, part 3, etc.... It would be easier for new subscribers as myself to follow along with the job progress. You sir are a badass operator!!! Keep up the awesome work!!!

    Michael LomaxMichael Lomax2 muaj më parë
  • Definitely night and day difference

    David BrickeyDavid Brickey2 muaj më parë
  • Well it’s your company your money you decide what you need and what you don’t. If you don’t know we definitely don’t know. i doo enjoy your videos very much. Be safe out there. 👍☕️🍀

    David BrickeyDavid Brickey2 muaj më parë
  • ‘Ya shoulda been a cowboy ‘

    Laurel HerbertLaurel Herbert2 muaj më parë
  • hello dear friends , I am looking at the news of Hurricane Laura ,from France . I hope that you and your family are doing well and that your family home is not seriously affected. I pray for you and your friends friendly willy

    Wil DemWil Dem2 muaj më parë
  • Aloha, how much is the hoodie and the price of your shirts.

    Scott BaquiroScott Baquiro2 muaj më parë
  • Can you film your uncle more? It’d be cool to get to know him. Thanks a bunch for the vids I’ve been watching you for ten years👍🏼

    Jake’s Backhoe & Dozer ServiceJake’s Backhoe & Dozer Service2 muaj më parë
  • Lol. On the gimpmachine

    RickRick2 muaj më parë
  • I know you did but I wonder how many will ask if you installed the trash can back in the ground?

    Clayton EddyClayton Eddy2 muaj më parë
  • You've had a bunch of comments on this already Chris, but I'm gonna do it to. That one man tee post removal was beautiful man, love your new little buddy Winston, so does granddaughter & grandson thanks for sharing.

    Clayton EddyClayton Eddy2 muaj më parë
  • Since you guys have all this equipment how come you guys don’t hire more People and then you can take on more jobs at once, I mean I’m a young 20 year old guy I don’t know a ton about business but just asking why that would or wouldn’t work

    Tyler BrentonTyler Brenton2 muaj më parë
  • I hear you say all the time that people tell you how to do your job. Yea most people have no clue how to do what you do, but most of all they have no patience at all for something to look good you have to do the work. The work that nobody wants to do, its call the shit work.

    dirt racerdirt racer2 muaj më parë
  • Very skilled operator.

    Jim WilliamsonJim Williamson2 muaj më parë
  • Looked like you were drifting coming around that corner! Smooth moves on the chain pulling the fencing. You just saved my old Marine knees a lot of climbing in and out of the cab! 👍

    My Tractor GuyMy Tractor Guy2 muaj më parë
  • I bet you use the excavator to eat with and the hell with the fork & spoon... LOL... You sure make it look easy...

    TheWolfster001TheWolfster0012 muaj më parë
  • Your Chain Trick proves you’re an Illusionist. There is NO Shortage of Tricks in your Magic Bag.😬👍

    Ken S.Ken S.2 muaj më parë
  • I understand how Timmy felt, When my kids got old enough to start school, I had to leave a great job for a awesome boss so I could get better benefits. Sorry you had to lose him because you are a great boss too.

    Bob FerrantiBob Ferranti2 muaj më parë
  • Cool trick with the chain just goes to show should learn something everyday 👍

    Matt GoldenMatt Golden2 muaj më parë
  • Looks great! Ima going to need you when I move to my new place.

    JM HossmanJM Hossman2 muaj më parë
  • Wow why is all pincones on the ground

    Rick RelanderRick Relander2 muaj më parë
  • Pretty good trick with the chain pulling the rods out of the ground.

    BoogiemanBoogieman2 muaj më parë
  • good luck Tim

    the original mxzrevmanthe original mxzrevman2 muaj më parë
  • i think you would agree that this was not a job that you will cherish, not your fault but 1" of dirt and bark mulching on top of the clay footpath is not a long term solution. You did what you were hired for and on your own which was a challenge but if it was me I would pull this video

    steve Ksteve K2 muaj më parë
  • Chris you do wonderful work (With the help from Uncle John). Too bad about Tim, he seemed like a good worker and exhibited your great work ethic. Someone else will come along and you will nurture them also. It's just who you are, a goo person.

    Kenneth SavilleKenneth Saville2 muaj më parë
  • Its always amazing how long it takes to clear up.

    AJCAJC2 muaj më parë
  • Wow your skill and knowledge of your machines amazes me! I never knew how much work was involved with a job like this, thank you for sharing and recording.

    Dennis 2Dennis 22 muaj më parë
  • Good luck Timmy. Going to miss your input on the channel

    Michael AlconadaMichael Alconada2 muaj më parë
  • I know I wont get to do it myself, but I really did like the chain post pull. That just looked cool, and I cant believe you didnt get hung up letting them loose. Really nice skills...

    Gregory BondiGregory Bondi2 muaj më parë
  • Wait, you aren't even the owner?

    WillSmashUWillSmashU2 muaj më parë
  • Another quality project done. Thanks for sharing, Chris.

    drmautzdrmautz2 muaj më parë
  • Turned out super nice. When I saw that hey blower all I could think about was how much I would be sneezing if I was around that. I probably would end up in the hospital. Haha. Thanks for the video.

    lidsman22lidsman222 muaj më parë
  • I bet if you threw a dime on the ground he could pick it and make change for it.

    Timothy KwiatkowskiTimothy Kwiatkowski2 muaj më parë
  • The job looks great.

    walter mattsonwalter mattson2 muaj më parë
  • Chris please remove all those mid-roll ads, especially the political ones. Your channel is becoming to hard to watch.

    sn99cobrasn99cobra2 muaj më parë
  • You're a one-man show with all the equipment other than your dump truck driver but God that was a hell of a job and it was a good one.👍👍😀🔥

    I Paddle My Own CanoeI Paddle My Own Canoe2 muaj më parë
  • I once spent a day wrapping chains on bent fence posts after a tornado. You're a freaking genius!

    Dave HicinbothemDave Hicinbothem2 muaj më parë
  • Nice clean up...!

    Tony GostlingTony Gostling2 muaj më parë
  • NOT BAD for a pro😊😊👌

    Bob RusselBob Russel2 muaj më parë
  • Genius way to pull up those poles!

    TodayzTomSawyerTodayzTomSawyer2 muaj më parë
  • 37:27 Yesterday❓ I think you mean Yucksterday❗

    Double Dare FanDouble Dare Fan2 muaj më parë
  • can you use Bucket on mini like a face shovel so facing opposite way around

    Paul GoodchildPaul Goodchild2 muaj më parë
  • Well Chris you have done a brilliant job there considering all that mud you have dreged out must have been a few tons very impressed with the clean up

    Stephen SmithStephen Smith2 muaj më parë
  • need GO PRO & CHEST MOUNT when using Skip Steer

    Paul GoodchildPaul Goodchild2 muaj më parë
  • Great lassoing cowboy!

    Steven PhareSteven Phare2 muaj më parë
  • So all that heavy equipment and it’s just the three of you (I presume Tim’s position is or will be filled.)? Dang. Y’all could use some good help. Will you train me to operate the 160? LOL

    Mark CongerMark Conger2 muaj më parë
  • Maybe said before, but how do you fasten your wood mats together? Just big rebar or pipe with welded on threads to tighten?

    Neil RamseyerNeil Ramseyer2 muaj më parë
  • very nice ..

    krazziee2000krazziee20002 muaj më parë
  • Nice !! “ Hard Work Forever Pays “

    Crown Vic Police InterceptorCrown Vic Police Interceptor2 muaj më parë
  • Neat party trick pulling the stakes with a chain 👍

    oh boyoh boy2 muaj më parë
  • That’s a pretty slick process to remove posts with only one person!!

    findleybarberfindleybarber2 muaj më parë
  • Long conveyor would be the best for a solo in there tight spots.

    givman2004givman20042 muaj më parë
  • Hard to read the comments now on ALworld on mobile. They made it only show one, and you have to open like you are going to leave a comment to see them. Probably why no one reads them, and I'd bet they've dropped off too.

    A JA J2 muaj më parë
  • Your skills are at a whole different level, amazing !

    seasled dooseasled doo2 muaj më parë

    k zanek zane2 muaj më parë
  • Can you get individual tracks to replace the tires on the dumptruck when needed?

    Troy CurrieTroy Currie2 muaj më parë
  • Yeah Chris, even we got tired of telling people Timmy left...

    MonsoonEastMonsoonEast2 muaj më parë
  • Just when I thought I'd fathomed the full range of Chris' skills -- chain/posts: outrageous . . .

    Ian MylesIan Myles2 muaj më parë
  • Somehow you manage to turn an unglamorous mud digging job into a precision work of art. Hypnotic viewing and very impressive. Not sure where your skills are as a machine operator as I have no others to base it on however for my part i would have to Mark you 10 out of 10, great job.

    Tim LarcombeTim Larcombe2 muaj më parë
  • You should have caved your LD18 logo in one of the trees Chris

    Robert TweedRobert Tweed2 muaj më parë
  • That is another very nice job done, can see why you are booked up well in advance Chris, a job very well done as always..

    tigerspook1tigerspook12 muaj më parë
  • Nice job Cris.

    Gary AldermanGary Alderman2 muaj më parë
  • Letsdig18 deserve so many more subs I remember when he just had 2 excavators and now look where he is, he is such a good role model

    Dylan CalverDylan Calver2 muaj më parë