I have used a chainsaw and it's not as easy as it looks.The chain comes OFF the blade with more drama tha one would think possible. Get her top-level medical insurance cover NOW.
When she turns up in a blood-soaked apron, start to panic.
Wait, you need a license to operate a chainsaw now? When the fuck did that happen - I've been riding mine around the city for years without a license!
LMFAOJust have chocolate, red wine and a chick flick on dvd handy at all times, Andrew ;)
I have used a couple too Brownie, both electric and petrol. I think your chain is too loose if it comes off. At tight and sharp chain is essential. For you to look forward to Cazzie.I guess the point is Brian, that she knows how to use it safely.Haha Mutant. I only received that second hand. I assume it is a safety course. She needs to use a chainsaw to remove tree limbs etc.Reminds me Jayne, she gave us a chick flick dvd to watch ages ago and we haven't gotten around to it.
OMG a license? I used to love cutting things up with the chainsaw, only little things though, was too scared to do big bits of wood!! That and whippersnippering! LOL.
How lucky are you Fen. While I have chainsawed, I am too old to know about whippersnippering.
Well she can now get a second job doing ice sculptures for weddings and functions......
I will suggest that to her Anon. Good idea.
A license? Well with married couples I could see that as a necessity. No-one would ever lend me a chain saw when I was married, can't understand why.
And they certainly would not now Jahteh.
Democracy is all very well, but why give it to the people - Audrey Forbes-Hamilton.