Cleaning up fallen trees

20-Sen, 2019
235 518 Ko‘rishlar soni

Cleaning up a few willow trees that fell with a bobcat 864 tracked skid steer with a root grapple bucket.

  • thanks 4 video. be kind....////;;;'''[[---==

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck28 kun oldin
  • The next satellite dish will be as big as a pizza box that you can put in your car and take your internet with you

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • That's how big all the first satellites dishes where

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • I like the backhoe attachment that goes on the Ford but I don't like the backhoe attachments that goes on the bobcat

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • That grapple is worth its weight in gold Andrew.

    Patrick LawlorPatrick Lawlor3 oy oldin
  • Mirando lo que haces aveces me siento como un desocupado viendo como trabajas amigo

    Rodri goñiRodri goñi4 oy oldin
  • I wonder if it would be interesting if some camera views on certain jobs could be taken with the camera just inside, over your head mounted to the underside of the roof. Just a thought.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.6 oy oldin
  • Another enjoyable video from AC, thanks for all the work u put in to bring us these videos.

    Mitala AlekaMitala Aleka7 oy oldin
  • Is that skid loader turbo charged?

    J DJ D8 oy oldin
  • Wow that was quick 👍👍Grate Job ..

    William BlakeleyWilliam Blakeley9 oy oldin
  • Leroy like the dog guard? Very funny Dog:-) I m sure Leroy can eat and run at the same time

    Temet NosceTemet Nosce9 oy oldin
  • Andrew, where did you pick up the root grapple?

    Richard Bean IIRichard Bean II10 oy oldin
    • There is a sticker on the side of it with the company name. I know its visible in a video or 2. IDK, the thing is buried with snow right now.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
  • i do love a bud!!! Big Ugly Dish

    james woodwardjames woodward11 oy oldin
  • Hey Bud, I dink around making my own fireworks from scratch, and Willow is supposed to be the best wood to make the charcoal from. Unfortunately, it's pretty rare down here in AZ. What would ya charge to ship me a big ole' chunk? Probably a bit more than I could get it commercially, but would be worth it to get it from one of my new favorite UZworldrs.

    Sloppy SecondsSloppy Seconds11 oy oldin
  • Using it like therapy. Nice job Seen you from Argentina, I like your style on work

    nnachinnnnachinnYil oldin
  • Great job as always but the owners should just have waited and they would have been rotten

    QuadrilleQuadrilleYil oldin
    • The time it would have taken for those to rot, new trees would be growing next to them.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • 6:50 - 7:00 happiest puppy ever, carrying a huge stick.

    3ICE3ICEYil oldin
  • Andrew, if you ever want to go into the tree pruning business, this is the machine to have.

    Dave DaihatsuDave DaihatsuYil oldin
  • Hello Andrew from Puerto Rico, I am curious that you have not bought a single-shaft compact crusher to turn trees into chip waste. I keep watching your videos.

    Edwin MoralesEdwin MoralesYil oldin
  • Andrew they call that hay stacking. When done right the water runs off and keeps the wood dry.

    Dennis ConlonDennis ConlonYil oldin
  • I wish I lived in your area, I'd definitely hire you!

    Mike NoneMike NoneYil oldin
  • Always love the drone shots.

    Oby-1Oby-1Yil oldin
  • Another Great video Your a workaholic Andrew on a couple video's i've seen didn't Levi have some close call's running in front of you He's your right hand man keep your eye's on him PLEASE.

    David SpilmanDavid SpilmanYil oldin
  • Wood piles: German Holz Hausen

    ThomasThomasYil oldin

  • So easy with a skid steer like that #WorldsOkayestFarmer

    Worlds Okayest FarmerWorlds Okayest FarmerYil oldin
  • Andrew, I need to dig up a lot of trees. I have a choice ( Rental ) between a 15,000 lb. backhoe or a 16000-18000 lb excavator. Which would you recommend?

    p52457p52457Yil oldin
  • Firewood stacked in this manner = holzhousen or “wood house” to improve air flow and accelerate drying.

    dirtyshirtinfodirtyshirtinfoYil oldin
  • Old "C" band satellite dish from the 80's. That round shape is Scandinavian style. You can even buy tarps in that shape with a draw string to cover them up. Wranglerstar did a video about it. I learned from my Swedish grandfather and have done it many years.

    Jeff BarrJeff BarrYil oldin
  • Nice and neat. Great job 🇫🇷

    Pascal ChavanonPascal ChavanonYil oldin
  • Great Video . Thanks for sharing !!

    Jeffrey R.KellyJeffrey R.KellyYil oldin
  • You like to work more in the afternoon and evening than early in the morning.....I would be the same way if I worked for myself....unfortunately I am a slave!!!! you can really hear when that bobcats hydraulics push over relief....I bet the whole machine shakes...pump might be a little tired...not sure on that one but some of the older ones you could crank up....try it if you are feeling bold

    odd manerodd manerYil oldin
  • That's a neat way to stack firewood.

    Boris FettBoris FettYil oldin
  • Andrew that's very similar to a "Holz Hausen" wood stack, also called a bee hive wood pile.

    Dave CalvoDave CalvoYil oldin
  • I had a limb come off of my willow, finally picked it up after 5 or so years...

    JoshJoshYil oldin
  • Andrew, Great as always whether the short or the long of it. As to the round firewood storage piles, I watched this a few years back might interest a few folks - Building Round Wood Piles - Bailey Line Road

    Don ChallengerDon ChallengerYil oldin
  • Nice work Andrew

    Lawrence Zaccheo JrLawrence Zaccheo JrYil oldin
  • "satellite" dish

    nelis 1846nelis 1846Yil oldin
  • Living in the city, this is therapy

    Romans909Romans909Yil oldin
  • Gee, in just a couple more years those logs would be part of the soil.

    Rayson RacetteRayson RacetteYil oldin
  • How much wood could a woodchuck, chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood ??? Answer: Not as much as Andrew and his bobcat can.. 😂😂 As usual Levi supervised and approved.

    P IP IYil oldin
  • That demo bucket seems to work well in many differant jobs. The other thing is watching all of your excavation video's some several times. I noticed early on what makes you an exceptionally good operator with skid loaders and excavators is always looking to see how it needs to work in all direction's. I have seen operators drive over the worst ruts all day loading trucks all day never thinking to fill in the ruts. They are very unsafe and taking twice as long for the job and when finished the equipment is trashed. Its like trying to plow snow or any materials up hill. When you can drive over, around or threw it and plow it down hill. Seen you do it many times making the job look so easy. Thanks for sharing

    Del WhylieDel WhylieYil oldin
  • what's song is at 7:20 ?

    KendovisionKendovisionYil oldin
  • Levi will make sure the job gets done right! 😉 Thanks so much for all these videos lately! 👍

    joed596joed596Yil oldin
  • god what i would give to do this work again. anyone hiring in center pa? im right outside state college and lock haven pa. ill work for less then any other operator because i genuinely love this kind of work!!

    Powerglide Klyde BarrowPowerglide Klyde BarrowYil oldin
  • another amazing property that your blessed to work on!!

    Powerglide Klyde BarrowPowerglide Klyde BarrowYil oldin
  • Andrew's inclusion of aerial views are a nice reminder that New York State is much more than a crowded New York City.

    cdouglas1942cdouglas1942Yil oldin
  • This is my relaxation time with Andrew and Levi :)

    M GM GYil oldin
  • Ahhh.. the good 'ol C-band satellite days of vidocypher hacking :)

    MrLangDogMrLangDogYil oldin
  • Reminds me of the movie "Wall E"

    Rampant Sloth LVRampant Sloth LVYil oldin
  • Man if you tore through stuff like that here in Florida you would definitely run into wasps nests or yellow jackets. Nice work!

    The Kelley's Country LifeThe Kelley's Country LifeYil oldin
  • Do you have any upcoming videos where you build or fix something?? I like them best!! Thanks.

    lostintime86lostintime86Yil oldin
  • How bout your old Dodge ? You still planning on fixing it ?

    terry williamsterry williamsYil oldin
  • Appreciate the fact you vidoe all your jobs but just out of curiosity does it slow your progress down when vidoe recording? Would love to record my stuff but dont have enough hours in the day as it is. Thank for takinf the time to share with us

    Ben HoganBen HoganYil oldin
    • Video production, set up.etc an under appreciated aspect here. Lots of work if solo as i think he is.

      cdouglas1942cdouglas1942Yil oldin
  • Off-grid CIA listening post!

    Ian BarnesIan BarnesYil oldin
  • That's a very danish/Scandinavian way of stacking wood 😊

    PDOGGPDOGGYil oldin
  • all that firewood stacked in round piles..... who's place was this?? WangerStar??

    Patrick WagzPatrick WagzYil oldin
  • Thanks for filming

    Nik BaretNik BaretYil oldin
  • Andrew, do you have just one or multiple cameras?

    J_Dub1992J_Dub1992Yil oldin
    • Andrew Camarata Cool. Love your videos, you do awesome work man! I’ve told myself if I won the lottery, you’d be on my list!! Lol.

      J_Dub1992J_Dub1992Yil oldin
    • I just used one here, I kept moving it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • He handles that skid steer like it was another pair of arms. I think it is one of Andrew's greatest skills, how well he understands and uses equipment and machinery. He gets every dollar's worth of work out of them, mainly because he can keep them running forever! 😁👍

    Gilbert FranklinGilbert FranklinYil oldin
  • 🔥Great job Andrew!!! Keep the vids rollin in my brother!!!

    DigginLife21DigginLife21Yil oldin
  • Enjoy the video Andrew on cleaning Fallen trees .

    leo lleo lYil oldin
  • The bobcat looking like Levi running with a branch.

    Matt GrahamMatt GrahamYil oldin
  • nice to have 2 vids to lift your spirits when you are sick! Thanks, Andrew!

    OhividyOhividyYil oldin
  • I've noticed this every time you use the grapple, you always try to grab all of it at once. And instead of not tearing up the ground and having a cleaner jobsite you do the opposite. Plus you don't save any time trying to pick it all up and having to retry 20 times...

    Tyler PickleTyler PickleYil oldin
    • And here I was thinking how much time he was saving by being able to pick up as much as he was, at a time, and not having to make more trips. Where in this video was he having to try again and again?

      John HowardJohn HowardYil oldin
  • These vids are therapeutic

    ShimyShimyYil oldin
  • Great job as always... Nice video.,

    Paul MalatestaPaul MalatestaYil oldin
  • Levi say...”nuther much gud job, my hooman! We push. We lift. We scrape. We go!”

    SlipF18 BustedFlushSlipF18 BustedFlushYil oldin
  • I would love to see you buy a big skid steer for your larger jobs.. thanks for another great video Andrew and Levi.

    Brent BrownBrent BrownYil oldin
  • what happened to your blue track loader?

    jeff herbeljeff herbelYil oldin
  • The various Equipment rental places and Dealers really should sponsor you. I bet you have created so much demand for viewers who say, Hey, I can do that too.. ;)

    Tom Popp - KA0TPTom Popp - KA0TPYil oldin
  • Think I’ll buy a skid steer just so I can say I have I like saying “skid steer”.

    Farmer BobFarmer BobYil oldin
    • People aren't cool unless they have a skid steer.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataYil oldin
  • You handle heavy equipment like a surgeon with scalpel. Bravo!!

    steve nadeausteve nadeauYil oldin
  • LEVI is the senior Journeyman of all sites and a few Treats,when needed. Super job Andrew sir.

    John ScallyJohn ScallyYil oldin
  • Stacks his wood like a Sweed!!

    MrRoberoni117MrRoberoni117Yil oldin
  • No Friday for Future Demo? No Demo at Area 51 Andrew .. you are getting old ..

    Ulli MUlli MYil oldin
  • Bonus points for someone who can make the skidsteer R/C and have video of Levi "driving" it...

    neonhomerneonhomerYil oldin
    • neonhomer Bobcat skid steers do have optional remote control. We have one currently and later this year many can be controlled using an iOS app.

      Jon D.C.Jon D.C.Yil oldin
  • Ya I’ve never seen wood stacked like that. So it doesn’t need anything to lean against.

    Woody WoodlsteinWoody WoodlsteinYil oldin
  • Where is the white dump-truck.Haven't seen it in awhile.

    Christine ElliottChristine ElliottYil oldin
  • AC, getting close to that camera.

    A V SA V SYil oldin
  • Those firewood stacks are called "Holz Housen" Meaning "wood house" a German tradition.

    L HL HYil oldin
  • As always great job,and well done👍😆😊...

  • “Let’s get to work” © Camarata Property Maintenance 2019

    Canaryville KidCanaryville KidYil oldin
  • Love my root grapple, used it today hauling off a half dead tree. Just got done, sitting on my porch with the dogs drinking homemade wine! Thanks yinz guys.

    memyselfand ifarmermemyselfand ifarmerYil oldin
  • Content programming machine !

    Glen HigginbothamGlen HigginbothamYil oldin
  • Very interesting job Sorting out all the fallen trees and tyding up thanks for video

    Richard WilliamsRichard WilliamsYil oldin
  • It seems as though you prefer the bobcat over the new one

    Justin LearyJustin LearyYil oldin
  • Cool scenery! What part of the country are you in?

    Frank CFrank CYil oldin
    • New York State, upper i believe.

      cdouglas1942cdouglas1942Yil oldin
  • What happend with the CL35 ? You didnt want to use the Bobcat because it was not so reliable ? and now you allways use it ??! :)

    Unbox My LifeUnbox My LifeYil oldin
  • Wheres the IHI andrew?

    John DietterJohn DietterYil oldin
  • Those stacks were unusual and cool.

    gerunergerunerYil oldin
  • Fellow subscribers, you may be cool but you'll never be Levi-cool!

    Mark ToneyMark ToneyYil oldin
  • Damn I wish my jobs were all that quick and easy... Well easy if you've got the skills behind the controls of a bobcat that is... Thanks for sharing this one...

    Matt AllenMatt AllenYil oldin
  • That little Skid-Steer thing, its got quite a lot of power for its size hasn't it?😮💨😊

    The GeezerThe GeezerYil oldin
  • nice job.

    Greg MilnerGreg MilnerYil oldin
  • So the computer on bobcat works ok now?

    Primoz SecundusPrimoz SecundusYil oldin
  • NIce video! Peace and Good Fortune to you!

    G LGG LGYil oldin
  • Boy, little #864 sure is a hard worker!

    Globalist JuiceGlobalist JuiceYil oldin
  • Levi local 36 dog supervisor union

    No. 6No. 6Yil oldin