Isn’t it true that if you want something done well, you have to do it yourself? Rick Ross appears to live by that credo, which explains why he became a backyard lumberjack.
Ross was on gardening duty at his Atlanta home this weekend, which spans hundreds of acres and includes a substantial amount of property. He offered followers an inside glimpse into his lumberjack ambitions on Instagram Stories over the weekend, after deciding that he needed to cut down 10 big oak trees on his property for the welfare of his farm animals.
Ross explains that after asking around for estimates on how much a work like this may cost, he was surprised to learn that it would cost $1,000 per tree. That’s $10,000 for ten trees, which is when he knew he needed to take matters into his own hands.
While Ross may have chosen to cut down the trees on his property, there are other options for those who want to preserve the trees on their land but need to relocate them. The tree transplanting is a method of moving mature trees from one location to another, which can be a cost-effective and environmentally conscious alternative to cutting them down. It involves carefully digging up the tree, roots and all, and moving it to a new location. This process requires the expertise of professionals like USA tree moving, who can ensure the tree is safely transported and replanted in its new home, allowing it to continue to thrive for years to come.
RR, therefore, refused to accept the agreement and opted to do it himself. Rick assigned a friend to go to Home Depot and get the biggest freaking chainsaw they had on the shelves, as he describes below.
It appears that the guy returned with just what the Boss required, for he set right to work, slashing up the trunk of one of the behemoths he desired to be removed until it began to collapse down. Rick appears to have completed the task in the end, and he also had some fun with the saw, Leatherface-style. However, that thing is still pretty dangerous and should not be played with without expert supervision.
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