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Unread 08-27-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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Default Big storm. High winds. Trees down. A man with a smoker doing his civic duty!

What??!!! The road is blocked above my house? A maple and an oak down you say? Helps on the way!!!!

same day I get a call from my brother....

Your peach tree needs pruning? Without seeing it I believe you are correct it DOES need pruning. Be there tomorrow.


I like to think I do my part.........
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What a good guy helping everyone out like that!
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Absolutely. I do it for the greater good. My reward will be great in heaven. I like to think of myself like Gandhi with a chainsaw.
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I'm thinking you will get part of your reward when you fire up your cooker!
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I'm thinking you will get part of your reward when you fire up your cooker!
No no!! I do it to see the smiles on all the children's faces when....they can drive......down the road. That's it!!! It's all about the children.
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No no!! I do it to see the smiles on all the children's faces when....they can drive......down the road. That's it!!! It's all about the children.
Children of all ages smile when they eat good Q too, just sayin.
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Children of all ages smile when they eat good Q too, just sayin.
You are absolutely right! It would be selfish of me NOT to take the wood to use in my smoker.
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That's why I stay very close to my buddy that owns peach, prune, and almond orchards. Never know when he might need some help trimming.....

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Absolutely. I do it for the greater good. My reward will be great in heaven. I like to think of myself like Gandhi with a chainsaw.
Nice to meet you Ghandi, They call me Yoda.

A while back I was in to lumberjack competitions. My saw is bored, stroked (65 to 87cc), ported, and has been on a dyno to verify what I feel when I pull the throttle.

I do it for the smile it puts on my face.
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I need a saw!! For mesquite & oak cuttin'. wish I could find a husky 346 in good shape local.
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I bought a cheapo reciprocating saw through harbor freight and was gifted a chainsaw by my Dad. Both work well, but you'd be amazed at how well that $30 saw from HF works.
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Might have to check that out. I was even thinking of the Poulan 2050 from HD.
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You are a True Humanitarian Sir!
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