I’ve only tried it once on a big lime stump but it worked well. That stump was old and well set back on an inaccessible bank next to my drive. I would never have got a stump grinder up there. I just chainsawed a few cuts to make it like a Swedish torch.Good idea for a fresh stump but I cut this tree down seven years ago and most of the roots are soaking wet.
digging holes with a chainsaw? that will never do…I put a load of cross cuts to let water in and a pick axe and crow bar to split it. Got to service the chainsaw now to get it sharp and get the earth out
My wife heated up home baked apple turnovers for our morning tea. The Boy had half and I had a whole one plus his other half.
This was much appreciated as I have spent the morning splitting rocks. The Boy spent his morning asleep in his bed.
I'm am putting in a new road/track round the back of our garages and workshops to create a full turning circle of about 100m diameter on approach to our house. It will also serve as a fire break and creates access for an additional row of sheds or buildings as we need them.
I made a first few passes with tractor bucket then went to work with crow bar and pick before cleaning up with grader. The Boy slept through this activity but was first in line when my wife started dishing out the morning tea.
Not complainin'. Just saying.