Posted by Tom in MO on February 02, 2013 at 07:57:45 from (184.108.40.206):
One of the reasons I got a tractor was so i could drag dead trees (Scotch pines, notorious for dying) to the brush pile, then cut 'em up to burn.
Here's the first one I did a few weeks ago.
It's a lot easier than my previous method: cut 'em down, then drag the big branches by hand (foot?), then wrestle the big chunks into the back of the pickup.
Nothin' special, I know, but it was fun!
I've bladed snow a few times, and the gravel in my 500-foot long driveway is smoother than ever. (I try to start the TO-20 once a week, and I figure I might as well do a little work while it's warming up.)
Paint, and some other repairs, once the weather warms up. Thanks to all on the board for your help.
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