I'm always down for a good story.
If it were my saw/bar/chain, i would have tied a long rope to it then stood a ways away when he pushed it over with the loader tractor. I'd rather some scratches and scuffs than smashed to pieces.
well,, i adjusted the carb. ya'ld think if someone put new gaskets in,stuff,, they would at least adjust the carb. not so... 64, is running at least a little bit better., if not so...i guess it depends on who does the work. i dont think the tractor will go any faster, least it runs better., as far as letting out on the clutch. i managed to slow the idle down, so it dont near jerk me out of the seat. old school adjustments.., an the tractor keeps running...
the next 3 nights around 32, hope thats wrong. not for me, just the two horses, an trees, an such thats twice a frost has come, just when i thought it was getting warmer at nights. some time after the last frost, ya can think about your garden.
still,,, just waiting.
my neighbor got a chainsaw stuck, his son was there. anywho, the saw got stuck while cutting a tree.. he was gonna use his tractor front bucket too push on the tree to free up the saw. he asked me if i would pull the saw out. his son wouldn't and it didnt take me long to decline neither. i dont think i could ever run fast enough to get out of the way if things got bad...---...
i never did find out what happened to the chain, or the bar. but him and his son were still kicking many years after.
is it OK to tell a story here? ya know i can get carried away..