Day by Day

Monday, July 26, 2021

Back home

 And I didn't accomplish near as much as I wanted to.  There's a restriction on gas-powered tools up where the parental units live, so you can't use them in the afternoon.  It's a fire hazard, apparently.  I still got quite a bit accomplished, but I could have done more if the entire countryside wasn't ready to go up in flames.

Now back to the normal grind-stone, after dealing with the fun grind-stone.


Adrienne said...

I've transitioned to almost all battery powered and couldn't be happier. We even just got a circular saw run by two batteries. Yeah - no electricity - no charged batteries. I got it. Until then, I'm enjoying the heck out of them. I've also noted how many of the "pro types" we hire are using battery powered.

Ragin' Dave said...

My folks have a battery-powered Stihl saw that they use for a lot of the smaller stuff. Works great. But it's a smaller saw, and when I'm dropping a tree that's two-feet in diameter at the base, there's no battery-powered saw that will do the job effectively. The blade on my gas-powered saw is as long as the entire battery saw, and the chain is bigger and more aggressive. I'm not bashing the battery saw, but it can't do everything I need it to do.