Now all of Boa is cleared, and thanks to Ward, Jackie, and Captain, Palisades is done as well. That leaves Randy's, Wold's, Backside, Back Bone and Rattle Snake.
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Ah Yes, Temps are up and Trees are down. The snow is gone but there's mud all around. I decided I didn't really feel like riding yesterday, being a Monday and all; but I really didn't feel like running either. I wanted to work out, and already hit the gym in the a.m., so I figured I'd go get a different kind of trail work out.
Don't get me wrong, I think chainsaws are cute and all, but sometime I just like getting dirty and working with my hands. I'm not saying that I'm cooler than Chainsaw Jeff O'Gara (not that I'd need to say it anyway) but once in a while I get an urge to pay homage to my Berserker Viking ancestry and destroy downed trees and branches with a good ol' ax and hand saw. Just so happens I broke my ax (that's a story for another time), and I left the Pugsley World Championship Trophy at home, so I relied on my trusty bow saw to do some trail clearing.
A Chain saw is a great tool and necessary at times (like after the flood of 2008), but they are also heavy, cumbersome, non human powered, and kind of scary (I'll get some $h*! for admitting that last one). Fact is, a lot of the downed trees and stuff can be cleaned up with simpler tools, a little bit of time, and some good old fashioned elbow grease. As soon as I figure out how to saw with my left hand just as good as my right, we'll really be in business.
Lower Mother's Day and Upper Boa are done.
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