Now if it could just stay like this all year…

Windows are open today, for sure.

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What a lovely day.

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This is the sort of place where, if a juniper branch is getting in your way, you can just throw your saw in the Jeep and go cut it off. No point waiting for the road maintenance crew to do it for you.

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That little B&D recip saw is very handy. I’ve replaced it for heavy-duty work with a more powerful corded saw – this one got hot and quit on me a couple of times just trimming these branches – but it sure is handy to have when so many little cutting jobs are so far from an electrical outlet. And it did teach me how much I was missing by not having a recip saw around. With just a change of the blades it can do a whole lot of things.

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5 Responses to Now if it could just stay like this all year…

  1. Tennessee Budd says:

    Meanwhile, here in the sunny South, it’s 44 & the wind is blowing hard, gusting harder.

  2. Ben says:

    It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eInUUfyqa5o

    However, it seems that your recip saw isn’t far from becoming part of a future dump run. :-(

  3. Andrew says:

    Thanks, by the way, on the reviews of the B&D cordless tools. Talked my wife into buying me a set for Christmas and I have had so much fun with them not having to lug around cords and such.

  4. Joel says:

    Yeah, I particularly get a lot of use out of the drill/driver. Rarely go anywhere without it, in fact.

  5. anonymous says:

    Don’t own a saw-all, but a battery powered pole saw has been a Godsend for my brother and I when working rural roadwork. Nearly all of our ‘growies’ have thorns or stickers, and being able to reach over / through to cut things down has speeded up and relieved us from bodily damage. Good stuff – wish we had them years ago.

To the stake with the heretic!