Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Phuket, Thailand
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^^Okay, good call, you have a good eye. I was just screwing around, you can do that when you cut a bit. That log is actually off the ground about 3 feet, and I had to make the chips fly up for the camera, hehehe.
We all do muck around a bit; done with experience, caution and judgement we can get away with a bit.
As for myself and chain saws; no instruction when I started using them over 40 years ago, and none since. Like most things, it comes down to common sense. A bit of training is a good thing, but now I reckon they overdo it for many things, motorcycling included.
Hearing protection was something no one even heard of back then. What with chainsaws, tractors and more, mine has suffered a bit. Still reasonably sharp, but with tinnitus, and no doubt more than normal frequency range loss. I struggle with conversation in noisy situations, where others cope.
there are old motorcyclists and bold motorcyclists,
but you seldom meet an old bold motorcyclist
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Last edited by Michael; 09-12-2011 at 02:08 AM.