Fellow Lawnsite members, I have a job to bid on (I AM NOT LOOKING FOR A PRICE!!) I am just looking to see what others have done to make it go along efficiently. So basically there is an area behind this clients pool fence they would like cleared out. It doesn't need to be planted yet just get it cleaned out. Their yard and the fence backs up to a forest and mish mosh of fallen trees and small saplings. Basically it is their property but the previous owners let it be taken over. The area is 5' on one side 15' on the other and around 70' feet long. There is no easy way to get any type of machine back there. My plan was to go through with a chainsaw (yes I am experienced, I worked for a tree company), brush cutting attacment on a trimmer, drag all stuff to the dump trailer and then dump it, obviously. I'd say there are 2 or 3 6-12" dead trees in the area that only need to be cut back 5-10 feet, not totally removed. The rest are 1 to 3" saplings and brush. I figure it would take me and a helper the whole 8 hr day. Just curious if anyone else has run into a similar job and what worked well. I don't want this to turn into a 2-3 day event Any insight is appreciated!