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I'm surprised no one has commented on this comedy of errors and the overall response the spectators had after the tree landed on the truck cab.

Growing up, my dad and my two brothers would go out and cut down a few oak trees with his double bladed axe. The only job I was given was to haul the wood to the truck and to split the wood with a maul. I can still smell the strong, vinegary scent of a freshly cut oak tree.
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post #77 of 77
Never put that much thought into an ax but I've never had to spend hours chopping wood or been stranded in the woods either. I am interested in watching some of these videos.

Only thing I use an ax for is to split wood for the bbq.
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