Working through the pile of limb wood.
Each length of wood is hoisted and carried to the faithful tractor-powered buzz rig, set in the cradle and pushed into the spinning blade.
The saw blade makes a distinctive ringing noise as each cut is completed and the rpms shoot back up with the load of chewing through wood taken away.
Making another pile of work
When the pile of cut pieces gets big enough to interfere with more dropping onto it, it's time to take a break and stack the pieces.
Closing in on 20 cords
The old saying is "wood warms twice", but in reality it's more like six times by the time it's ready to chuck in the boiler.
I've heard that people pay good money to go to a gym and do repetitive weight lifting type exercise. I'm thinking we should be selling memberships..........