On the way to the store, driving down my driveway after a storm:
My daughter would’ve cut that up, had it split and on the wood pile in 10 minutes. Well, at the very least she would have come and got me and whined she couldn’t get down the driveway.My daughter would have chained and dragged that thing off the road in a heartbeat and never thought about a picture.
I keep the Milwaukee battery chainsaw in the utv for that exact scenario.Actually, I stopped to take the picture for my old city friends who just don’t get it. I had a chain around it and had it gone in 10 minutes.
These are the things that made me insane when I first moved to the county 10 years ago. Now, it’s no big deal. When the monster oak came down last year I used the 3025e to manhandle it out without breaking a sweat. Power outages, septic problems, well pump died, deer tearing up the garden - just part of the charm of country life.
Exactly! Some of my coworkers think I'm crazy moving "out rural", but we are happy. This is the life we want to live, and where we want to raise our son. One of my 6 year old son's favorite songs is "Small Town" by John Mellencamp and sums it up well. I'll commute to the city to work, but I'll live out here in the sticks.Actually, I stopped to take the picture for my old city friends who just don’t get it... just part of the charm of country life.