Chainsaws: What To Look For
Chances are you’ve never run a chainsaw and maybe never will; but if you’re a ruralite, a rancher or an outdoors enthusiast you’re going to need one sooner or later. Even North Idaho urban dwellers this year saw the need for chainsaws with 2 area-wide windstorms that wreaked havoc across the Panhandle.
Chainsaws Have Come A Longways
Story suggestion by Chuck McGary
I pulled this photograph from the Facebook stream of good friend, Chuck McGary. I’m re-using it here to illustrate a point. Who took the original photo, I don’t know, but it was published first on FaceBook under “Public” which allows me by their policy to repost it.
Introducing Chuck McGary
I’m delighted to introduce Chuck McGary in this post because I’m going to feature him and his knowledge of chainsaws, woodworking and forest fire preventative management in upcoming articles.
Yup, the best thing you can do for yourself is rss feed this name into your email notifications because the information I’m going to bring SandpointPR readers over a series of articles may save your life, that of your loved ones and the value of your rural property sometime, any time in the future.
Dwayne Parsons, the owner/editor of SandpointPR
is also a Realtor with
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