Back At The Rock Quarry

2021 3 مارس
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  • Watched your crusher video, then came here, any reason not to stockpile this rocks and crush them too? Seems it would have been hundreds, if over a thousand tons of rock thru this project.

    YdocYdocپیش ماه
  • Compared to Volvo the dozer is too small , bigger the better 👍

    david browndavid brownپیش ماه
  • So just curious but how many of those Volvo excavators do u own or lease or whatever?! Do u just have the 1 and just move it from job to job or do u have multiple excavators?!

    Mark MorganMark Morganپیش ماه
  • Before it’s an animal hospital, we can call it a boulder hospital until then, haha.

    Dean CameronDean Cameronپیش ماه
  • By the time you get that vet finished all the babies you have you would go broke if you had to take them there

    SGC1972 gleatonSGC1972 gleatonپیش ماه
  • The Project Manager for this dig needs to do a better job coordinating Chris’ time with the company who is breaking up the rock.

    Dov RizzoDov Rizzoپیش ماه
  • That new dozer can push a little bit huh.

    Art VogtArt Vogtپیش ماه
  • imagine the tork on that tine on the thumb at 29:00 or so big rock

    formdogformdogپیش ماه
  • I ask how trees grow on top of Stone Mountain as well

    JC Mathis IIIJC Mathis IIIپیش ماه
  • thought you would Have Breaker for Volvo so could do it yourself

    Paul GoodchildPaul Goodchildپیش ماه
  • That Volvo of yours looks good with that window tint.

    DoBeDoBeپیش ماه
  • All I can see is Chris Flintstone but no Barney rubble lol

    Raymond StarrRaymond Starrپیش ماه
  • Do you have to sub out the blasting contractor or is it sub out by the builder-developer........

    New FinishNew Finishپیش ماه
  • Chris, those ROCK'S need another 1,000 years to qualify as a Real Rock! Thanks for the great videos.

    Perry RobertsPerry Robertsپیش ماه
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    antonio martinesantonio martinesپیش ماه
  • You think at this point they would just leave the machine there and give you permission to use it and save thousands in transportation

    Andrew BAndrew Bپیش ماه
  • Change orders were always money makers for my work.

    USSBB62USSBB62پیش ماه
  • Seems like an awful lot of material handling. I would have used a dozer.

    Dragon RiderDragon Riderپیش ماه
    • show me how you load material in a truck with a dozer

      Richard SchipperRichard Schipperپیش ماه
  • I'm pretty sure you called that fence being in the wrong place on one of your first visits here.

    James KettJames Kettپیش ماه
  • Yabba dabba do

    BlandBlandپیش ماه
  • Thank you so much for not adding music. It would be even better if you didn`t talk. js. :)

    willythewavewillythewaveپیش ماه
  • I'm surprised they paid someone with a hammer to come out and break all that rock. A mobile jaw crusher would have made light work of all that material and processed it down to an even more manageable size.

    unicorn7337unicorn7337پیش ماه
  • Can someone explain this for me? Why is he digging a hole, to fill in with the rocks? As in, why not pile the rocks up where all the dirt from the holes is piled up and then cover that pile with dirt? He doesn't move stuff without reason, I just can't see it.

    G TrainG Trainپیش ماه
  • I bet this is one of the jobs you can't wait to get out of

    Kurt SweetserKurt Sweetserپیش ماه
  • lets just move those "tree protection area" signs back a few more feet so we can knock out some more trees to put the wall where it supposed to go ... :) - not really a tree protection area is it? A sop for the local greenies?

    Jack DawgJack Dawgپیش ماه
  • As this job expands, beware of Welcome to California signs.

    Ken LeeKen Leeپیش ماه
  • 15-20 years from now some poor son of a bitch is going to be trying to cut a building pad where youre dumping all of that rock saying to himself in the cab "do you have any idea how hard it is to cut a clean edge when you're pulling all of this junk out?"

    HighTQCumminsHighTQCumminsپیش ماه
  • Great Show, Thanks for Sharing!

    Wyatt EarpWyatt Earpپیش ماه
  • This Property was bought for $10 and has $200 k worth of re-arranging and rock gathering done to it.

    martymartyپیش ماه
  • So funny! Dig up rock, then dig a hole and bury it again. Do you ever get the feeling like your digging a rut?

    James DiehlJames Diehlپیش ماه
  • That name suits that rock lol the Megalodon. Nice name for that bolder

    Colton GarberColton Garberپیش ماه
  • Strong tap roots on oaks will meander down through layers of rock and keep it in place. The feeder roots up lose to the surface are just a balancing act.

    James DiehlJames Diehlپیش ماه
  • Despite all the negative things that have happened.. seems like they pick the perfect guy to do this job. your patient, understanding, and professional....! As long as you don't take a loss you win!! This is as good of an entertainment/education video as you could ask for to teach people to be careful when you bid jobs! With you they have absolutely no way to dispute anything, you have everything on video! When you hire the best they do what they say they're going to do.... That's why you have the good equipment and the backing/admiration of fans that sit and watch you do your work!! PS I think I heard your new Dozer giggle!!

    D.mushroom HunterD.mushroom Hunterپیش ماه
  • I'm sure you've heard the saying; if everyone else would do their job right, yours would be a lot easier. Them coming you so you could be there to get rid of the rock would be considerate.

    James DiehlJames Diehlپیش ماه
  • Whoever decided to build at this location have to be WAY! over budget. 😳😱

    Slip KnotSlip Knotپیش ماه
  • Makes you wonder why GOD made sandstone when it's not good for much doesn't it?

    James DiehlJames Diehlپیش ماه
  • You should invest in a rock crusher for your property and repurpose those rocks for culverts and dissipator pads keep that money in house instead of going elsewhere for crushed rock

    joker smokerjoker smokerپیش ماه
    • you bet, send him a check for a half million, and he'll get one

      Richard SchipperRichard Schipperپیش ماه
  • Those root rake mounts will make it easy to tow your dozer behind your motorhome when you retire.

    Mike ClarkMike Clarkپیش ماه
  • Rocks galore! You know my property might have that one beat!

    Van CasdorphVan Casdorphپیش ماه
  • That stone looked like white granite. Probably wouldn't have been easy to break up if it was! Enjoy your videos!

    James BlackwellJames Blackwellپیش ماه
  • What happened to the guarding you had on your dozer?

    James BondJames Bondپیش ماه
    • Thats the "company" dozer

      James MurneyJames Murneyپیش ماه
  • Business idea: market that sandstone as "hard sand". I'll take 10% of any future profits...

    Not YouNot Youپیش ماه
  • This should have been one of the worst places to build a large building. It seems like bad planning.

    Making it HappenMaking it Happenپیش ماه
  • This with poor communication is a big problem, from the quarrel in the sandbox to a world war and everything in between.

    Making it HappenMaking it Happenپیش ماه
  • Be careful with the teeth on your poor Volvosaurus.

    Making it HappenMaking it Happenپیش ماه
  • When you first costed this job did you know it was going to take so much time? Do you have any recourse for getting paid extra due to more time needed

    Nigel bobNigel bobپیش ماه
  • hey bud , i heard you loves thoses rocks ..lmfao . too bad you dont have ..jaw crusher handy huh .im almost done watchin all of your videos ..ohyeaa i noticed you where fuelin up your excavtor , fuel tank and you had your pump connected to your truck-trailer connection ? on the truck can you please maybe explain n show how you did that..i like that ..instead of open the hood , connect to battery then undo wrap the cord then closed the hood geee lol tks

    Dale MasykDale Masykپیش ماه
  • Anyone else see the camera shaking @9:43 when he moved the 250 a little? That thing is a beast. Love it.

    Steve JankowskiSteve Jankowskiپیش ماه
  • Ah, thanks for taking time to explain why not good as riprap.

    xoxo2008oxoxxoxo2008oxoxپیش ماه
  • As a geologist, that looks like a very weak, weathered granite to me, not a sandstone. It's breaking down to its constituent mineral grains, mostly quartz and feldspar.

    AJ FAJ Fپیش ماه
  • Hi Chris I know that you have so much better seats in machines today to what we had back 30 or 40 years ago but digging that rock has got to kill you back even in a Volvo, another great video thanks for the entertainment of watching you work my man.

    Michael BakerMichael Bakerپیش ماه
  • Moving Rocks - 🤔 Oh i been watching Young Rock the series (The ROCK) wwe O@ the eye life story been good so far upto ep3 .

    Mark ArnottMark Arnottپیش ماه
  • bet those rocks r ruff on buckett teeth

    john geiselbrethjohn geiselbrethپیش ماه
  • Won't the big rake for the dozer do a better job at the end of the video?

    Joe DJoe Dپیش ماه
  • that is to sell for road building

    markiootjemarkiootjeپیش ماه
  • can you put that rock too in shredder like as the concrete project yesterday

    markiootjemarkiootjeپیش ماه
  • Have you considered putting Engcon’s easy oil system on your machines?? It allows you to change your bucket for a hammer in under 30 seconds without getting out of the cab, no oil pipe connectors just get on with the job. So breaking then moving the rock with one machine and one operator

    Brett SwampyBrett Swampyپیش ماه
  • Tat sure as a rocky spot.

    O'Donnell's Aussie HomesteadO'Donnell's Aussie Homesteadپیش ماه
  • wonder who did the utility's in the sub division.

    Larry TombLarry Tombپیش ماه
  • I probably missed some commentating but im sure you have a reason why the rocks werent loaded straight onto the truck as opposed to shifting them. There will be a reason :-)

    Karl HeynsKarl Heynsپیش ماه
  • *Chris is a team payer. He's always thinking about the other contractors and how what he's doing may affect their work or make their work easier. Not all contractors do this and it's a huge relief to the other contractors. He goes the extra mile every time. A true gentleman.*

    J. D.J. D.پیش ماه
  • Some soft. Sandstone. There. , run that thru chrusher one time and you would have some beautiful road base

    Todd ReynoldsTodd Reynoldsپیش ماه
  • Just like to knoe am I the only women watching Chris is amazing to watch?

    D RolD Rolپیش ماه
  • This is the ultimate boomerang job. Everytime you leave it keeps drawing you back!

    Matt CartwrightMatt Cartwrightپیش ماه
  • Another great video Chris I was wondering when y’all were going to get back over to the animal shelter project but anyway brother you and John and yawls family stay safe and can’t wait to get back on the job with you so keep the videos coming

    timmy friersontimmy friersonپیش ماه
  • why do they put plastic fences around the black poly ones with stakes?

    Amanda GirlAmanda Girlپیش ماه
  • Chris with potatos that big in your area be glad you dont have to dig in new england

    SG Heavy AutoSG Heavy Autoپیش ماه
  • Great to see an update on the animal hospital and dump sites. Both are coming along but, in the case of the animal hospital, not easily.

    Michael FrancisMichael Francisپیش ماه
  • He's doing two jobs simultaneously.

    Jr WoodsonJr Woodsonپیش ماه
  • It's either rock rain or mud you've been in bring on on dry dirt lol

    Mark ArmstrongMark Armstrongپیش ماه
  • (314) Construction of the Tobins Creek Deviation - Oxley Highway (1930) - IRworld i like watching your channel i found some old road building movies from the 1920s that show how lucky we are now

    Shain ShoesmithShain Shoesmithپیش ماه
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    Jane HunterJane Hunterپیش ماه
  • Does Uncle John only have one outfit he wears?

    Little StarLittle Starپیش ماه
    • it's work clothes, not a fashion show

      Richard SchipperRichard Schipperپیش ماه
  • You should be near the pay layer now.

    SparkeySparkeyپیش ماه
  • Volvo 💓

    Arazideki OparetörlerArazideki Oparetörlerپیش ماه
  • We had a big rock once that we used for our family cats head stone! It weighed in at 3.5 metric tonnes

    maureen suttonmaureen suttonپیش ماه
  • That will make a good back drop to shoot into.

    Shawn FoxShawn Foxپیش ماه
  • I've never seen rock like that before, gonna have to ask the old man about it (retired geologist).

    ToreDL87ToreDL87پیش ماه
  • well done man

    SteinSteinپیش ماه
  • Ya know, a really heavy piece of equipment could be driven back and forth on that pile and then you could just mix the resulting sand with the rest and use it for something, really fine aggregate.

    Roberta WilliamsonRoberta Williamsonپیش ماه
  • (:

    tjousktjouskپیش ماه
  • Chris, why would anyone buy this property to develop? Based on the work you and the blasting company have put into it it doesn't seem worth the investment! Unless they purchased it for five cents on the dollar!

    Gordy HattrickGordy Hattrickپیش ماه
  • know a fellow north carolinian when i hear one. i enjoy watvhing your expertise with your heavy equipmemt

    MattMattپیش ماه
  • 👍👍👍

    Michał ŚleziakMichał Śleziakپیش ماه
  • I think maybe the good got up & left this job last week? Week before that?

    Thomas StewartThomas Stewartپیش ماه
  • chris have ya lost any teeth yet? really is a shame the stone isnt worth a thing imagine being able to stockpile that much riprap quality stone

    Cyberhorn ThedragonCyberhorn Thedragonپیش ماه
  • Yabba Dabba Do!

    Xavier XiXavier Xiپیش ماه
  • 👍👍

    Scruffy 61Scruffy 61پیش ماه
  • I have a suspicion the hammer operator is a fan of LD18.

    Adam ReddellAdam Reddellپیش ماه
  • Hey Chris another great video. Just a question, how would your new dozer do with the brush rake, pushing this lightweight rock to your load out spot?

    loadpinloadpinپیش ماه
  • I'm a bit confused...Did this become a joint project with John? For some reason I thought when you used your excavator it was a weekend project?

    Chris RodleyChris Rodleyپیش ماه
  • By the time your done with all the rock digging it will be time for new pins and bushings lol.

    Rick HelmsRick Helmsپیش ماه
  • Omg it looks like the planet swallow all the rocks their not much left to do now Chris

    donald alexander richardsdonald alexander richardsپیش ماه
  • Never knew that about sand stone, I'm in west Texas and a rock is a rock. great video nice to watch an artist at work.

    Smith N WessonSmith N Wessonپیش ماه
  • That area must be good for somebody to spend all that money on removing All that Rock but it's good for you as long as you get paid who cares keep on digging somebody's got deep pockets.

    I Paddle My Own Canoe.I Paddle My Own Canoe.پیش ماه
  • Why not a 966 or 988-sized loader to put into trucks directly instead of moving to that pile?

    tenpilototenpilotoپیش ماه
  • Looks like DG to me.

    Robert WielandRobert Wielandپیش ماه
  • At on part in the video it looked like he was shooting a Volvo commercial

    Dylan CalverDylan Calverپیش ماه
  • Chris, about how much of that hole has been rock to date? Going by the videos of this project, I'd guess about 50% give or take a bit.

    John DoeJohn Doeپیش ماه
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    QUINCY mccarterQUINCY mccarterپیش ماه