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Reply #4065 on: May 01, 2021, 01:00:20 AM
High winds all day, just hope my chainsaw starts without much effort.  The branches that came down are far to big to drag, and one is still hung up where it broke.  I just paid about $4k to trim those trees.  None hit the house or vehicles at least.



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Reply #4066 on: May 01, 2021, 02:51:32 AM
High winds all day, just hope my chainsaw starts without much effort.  The branches that came down are far to big to drag, and one is still hung up where it broke.  I just paid about $4k to trim those trees.  None hit the house or vehicles at least.

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I can handle a chain saw, call me if you need some help.  I will not swing an ax though.  I almost chopped a toe off when I was 16.  Missed the log and buried the ax in the ground an inch from my foot.

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Reply #4067 on: May 01, 2021, 01:27:55 PM
High winds all day, just hope my chainsaw starts without much effort.  The branches that came down are far to big to drag, and one is still hung up where it broke.  I just paid about $4k to trim those trees.  None hit the house or vehicles at least.

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I can handle a chain saw, call me if you need some help.  I will not swing an ax though.  I almost chopped a toe off when I was 16.  Missed the log and buried the ax in the ground an inch from my foot.

Let me see if I've got this straight... you almost chopped your foot off with a hand operated ax, and you think someone should hand you a gasoline powered chain saw?  :emot_laughing:

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Reply #4068 on: May 01, 2021, 03:38:08 PM
I am hiring MJ to redo my lawn. She has a great green thumb. No chain saw or axe needed though, so all her appendages should be safe.  As should be mine. ;D ;D

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Reply #4069 on: May 02, 2021, 08:17:27 PM
Had a one day heat wave yesterday! Temps made it to high 80s...July weather. Tried to tough it out, but by evening flipped on the air conditioners.

By morning cooled down to 50s and cloudy. Amazing how heat can hit then go away in just a day.

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Reply #4070 on: May 02, 2021, 11:22:09 PM
We are in our second day of sun and temps in the 80s. But very windy. Gusts up to 40mph. Feels so nice to sit outdoors.

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Reply #4071 on: May 02, 2021, 11:34:34 PM
Sun finally came out. Blue skies. 90°.  Holy molie.  Lawn is too soft from the rain to mow.



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Reply #4072 on: May 03, 2021, 01:32:54 AM
High winds all day, just hope my chainsaw starts without much effort.  The branches that came down are far to big to drag, and one is still hung up where it broke.  I just paid about $4k to trim those trees.  None hit the house or vehicles at least.

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I can handle a chain saw, call me if you need some help.  I will not swing an ax though.  I almost chopped a toe off when I was 16.  Missed the log and buried the ax in the ground an inch from my foot.


Everything is cut up, firewood stacked for future camping, and brush stacked for a move up behind the house later this week .  I got an 8 inch diameter break I need to clean cut, again later this week.  It’s 10 feet up, so at least I can reach it with my ladder.  The other breaks are in pine trees way way up and will have to stay jagged.

At least the chainsaw fired up rather easily for sitting in the back of my truck unused for about a year and a half.



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Reply #4073 on: May 03, 2021, 03:27:54 AM
Knowing how much I love sitting outside by a fire, my dad bought me a chainsaw one year to help me with getting wood for my firepit. Granted it is an electric chainsaw, but still a chainsaw.  I used it once in three years.  The day he got it for me and showed me how to use it. I cut two pieces of wood and haven't touched it since. I don't have an axe, but I've got a hatched and a rubber hammer I use to make smaller pieces.  Most of the time I just buy already split wood, or I ask my dad and he brings me some. I have a bunch stacked up in the back of my garage.

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Reply #4074 on: May 03, 2021, 07:44:20 PM
Knowing how much I love sitting outside by a fire, my dad bought me a chainsaw one year to help me with getting wood for my firepit. Granted it is an electric chainsaw, but still a chainsaw.  I used it once in three years.  The day he got it for me and showed me how to use it. I cut two pieces of wood and haven't touched it since. I don't have an axe, but I've got a hatched and a rubber hammer I use to make smaller pieces.  Most of the time I just buy already split wood, or I ask my dad and he brings me some. I have a bunch stacked up in the back of my garage.

Never let the chain saw blade hit the dirt. Instant dulling of the blade. As would cutting through dirty wood.  8)

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