Video Rating: 4 / 5
I hope your house is forever happy.
i love this work; the las winter i have falling and cutting 50q of locusttree with my axe
man it’s on of the most beautiful things in life, the moment when a tree falls down!
every now and then when I’m bored I go to the woods to push down dead trees with bare hands or pull ‘em down with a rope (for Really big ones) and that moment a big fat tree hits the ground is so nice
makes me wanna go out in the woods
Hi. The axes are old ones/restored. They have been manufactured by local blacksmiths over than 200 years ago.
what’s the make of the axes? and where were they manufactured?
I’ve been clearing my local trails the past week after a heavy snow storm brought down some trees… A hikers who was passing by asked why I was using an axe and not a chainsaw…
I said “You just wouldn’t understand”…
It’s much more humbling doing it the old fashioned way!
i removed the trees from the forest with the help of my neighbors truck (i wanted to get them out using horse, but the horse was too weak and old) until spring came. then i peeled them down. and then in the end of a spring hew them.
do you prefer to start the hewing process as soon as possible or do you wait for any reason?
did you immediatley remove those trees from the forest? how did you transport them?
How much was your saw?
I will use them for wall infill of my timber frame/log house. I hewed them with an axe. In my channel you can see the hewing process.
what did you use the trees for after you cut them down?
@jfkdjfd I am not using GB axes. These are old ones that I have restored.
i have chopped more and bigger trees with my hand
What GB are you using?
an image is worth a thousand words, great vid!
Please try to translate that into english – VERY GOOD VIDEO
Great Video and good job cutting the trees down! I like the cross cut saws! They look like a very packable size.
Glad to see it’s not just me enjoying to work in this fashion.
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