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 on: September 19, 2019, 12:38 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Russell Kanning
Jim fixed up a nice 1 or 2 person saw that we used a bunch in Grafton. It must still be there somewhere. I got that for $2 too.
We also bought a new 2 person saw that John and I loved to use for the final cut on a tree so we could hear the wind blowing and whatever sound the tree was making. And when you run away you don't have a running chain saw your hands. :)

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 on: September 18, 2019, 07:14 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Free libertarian
I just know I could grow a manly beard, but I'm not allowed to.

She won't let me.   :icon_cat:   :glasses1: :whip2:


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 on: September 18, 2019, 03:35 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Tom Sawyer
I have one of those two man cross cut saws with the long handles on either end.  It's the kind you see on tavern walls where they serve expensive micro brews etc.    Saw a similar one on e-bay for $59. 

It's the kind of thing you can't throw away, so it sits in the shed waiting for the apocalypse to become important again.

Jim and I used one and it was pretty efficent at cutting softwood trees.
Mine is hiding. It comes out to entertain city folk.

Don't forget your blue ox, they always love your blue ox!



I'm not as young as I used to be.

Funny you should say that, because no one is as young as they used to be... I mean it stand to reason!  ;D

But, I must say that is a pretty dang awesome beard!

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 on: September 18, 2019, 03:02 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Jim Johnson
I have one of those two man cross cut saws with the long handles on either end.  It's the kind you see on tavern walls where they serve expensive micro brews etc.    Saw a similar one on e-bay for $59. 

It's the kind of thing you can't throw away, so it sits in the shed waiting for the apocalypse to become important again.

Jim and I used one and it was pretty efficent at cutting softwood trees.
Mine is hiding. It comes out to entertain city folk.

Don't forget your blue ox, they always love your blue ox!



I'm not as young as I used to be.

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 on: September 18, 2019, 09:47 AM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Tom Sawyer
I have one of those two man cross cut saws with the long handles on either end.  It's the kind you see on tavern walls where they serve expensive micro brews etc.    Saw a similar one on e-bay for $59. 

It's the kind of thing you can't throw away, so it sits in the shed waiting for the apocalypse to become important again.

Jim and I used one and it was pretty efficent at cutting softwood trees.
Mine is hiding. It comes out to entertain city folk.

Don't forget your blue ox, they always love your blue ox!


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 on: September 18, 2019, 08:28 AM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Jim Johnson
I have one of those two man cross cut saws with the long handles on either end.  It's the kind you see on tavern walls where they serve expensive micro brews etc.    Saw a similar one on e-bay for $59. 

It's the kind of thing you can't throw away, so it sits in the shed waiting for the apocalypse to become important again.

Jim and I used one and it was pretty efficent at cutting softwood trees.
Mine is hiding. It comes out to entertain city folk.

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 on: September 17, 2019, 10:39 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Tom Sawyer
I have one of those two man cross cut saws with the long handles on either end.  It's the kind you see on tavern walls where they serve expensive micro brews etc.    Saw a similar one on e-bay for $59. 

It's the kind of thing you can't throw away, so it sits in the shed waiting for the apocalypse to become important again.

Jim and I used one and it was pretty efficent at cutting softwood trees.

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 on: September 17, 2019, 09:54 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Free libertarian
I have one of those two man cross cut saws with the long handles on either end.  It's the kind you see on tavern walls where they serve expensive micro brews etc.    Saw a similar one on e-bay for $59. 

It's the kind of thing you can't throw away, so it sits in the shed waiting for the apocalypse to become important again.

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 on: September 16, 2019, 10:27 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Tom Sawyer
Okay, so you don't plug a hand saw in.  To recondition it, you sharpen it and oil it ?

He took it apart, polished the brass hardware... Cleaned and refinished the handle. Apparently the little logo/badge is worth 12 bucks alone.

He didn't even have to sharpen the teeth. He says that this is a pretty desirable saw. I chose it because it was different than the others and it was still sharp.

He is up on such things. I wish I had bought all of the saws they had at 2 dollars each. I bet they thought people would buy them to hang on the wall as decoration.

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 on: September 16, 2019, 06:27 PM NHFT 
Started by Tom Sawyer - Last post by Free libertarian
Okay, so you don't plug a hand saw in.  To recondition it, you sharpen it and oil it ?

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