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On Becoming A Woodswoman - Part 2

Sparks fly as I learn how to sharpen the cutters on the chain saw chain using a grinder tool.
I also learned how to use a file and do it by hand.
I like the machine better :-)

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Cindi Smith04-Dec-2010 05:28
Machine is faster. Wow, you got a great shot will become a great woodswoman!!! :)
Guest 04-Dec-2010 03:43
Very cool industrial shot!
J. Scott Coile03-Dec-2010 18:13
Reminds me I need to put in a little maintenance time before the Husquvarna is needed....
Glenn Dean (Vatorman)03-Dec-2010 07:28
Bang on shot of the work at hand - and on that note - kudos for learning the older methods too. V
Laura Sebastianelli03-Dec-2010 02:45
good for you! and great shot
Paula Krugerud03-Dec-2010 02:21
Holy cow...your are really getting into this 'woodswoman' thing aren't you? Awesome shot...good angle!
Ed Preston03-Dec-2010 02:14
Easier but not cheaper to buy a new blade :-) always good to learn a new career, but I'd go the photography route if I were you! Nice to see the sparks fly!
Walter Otto Koenig03-Dec-2010 01:46
Very cool shot. If I could find no one to do this for me, then the machine would be my preference too.
Mairéad03-Dec-2010 00:12
Excellent shot! Great light and I love those flying sparks. V
Jim Coffman03-Dec-2010 00:04
A great capture of hands at work!! V
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