Say "hello" to my little friend...

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I would say that one of those trunks is coming off that Cal. Juniper from the Anahiem convention?
 

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Say Hello to MY little Friend!!!

I had to break down and get me a "little Friend" to work on that monster spruce I posted a few weeks back. To do it by hand would have taken a week and my 18v Dewalt sawzall tool would have went through a few batteries and blades......

This will come in handy for rootwork, rough jin work and cutting large trunks.

Meet my newest bonsai tool.........

 

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The fun thing about Internet forums, is you never know WHERE threads will lead :)

Here are my two other darlings. The small one is for dirty work - I can carry it into trees, etc. The larger one I have to respect a little more and is strictly for work on the ground. I talk to all my tools, but these I have a particularly close relationship with. You can ignore a girlfriend for a second, and all will be ok. But if you ignore one of these for a second, you might not ever need a girlfriend again :)



 

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I would say that one of those trunks is coming off that Cal. Juniper from the Anahiem convention?
You are correct!!

But since this thread is now about saws, I'll start a new one to talk about the juniper(s).
 

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Ok, your tool is bigger than mine! lol, I need to get a gas saw....when I have an actual job I will have to get one.

Sorry for turning this into a saw thread.... feel free to delete my posts, I won't mind :)

Jason
 

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Should have said something Jason. I would have let you hold a real man's tool. Okay it's half the size of Randy's but it's paid for. I have a couple of chainsaws when you need one man.
 
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Tools! Yes! I couldn't live without my saws all, battery operated, portable, perfect for collecting.
 
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Those sweet tools ain't just for you fellas :D
I have Several that hubby is allowed to use (as long as he shows "Proper Respect" to them ;))..
Irene
 
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