Makes firewood a little more consistent.
I always seem to make one then loose it in the pile about half way through.
Luckily by that time i can "eye" 16" out without it.
The Red tape will be attached to my next measuring stick! or some orange spray paint will do.
If you cut much firewood, I highly recommend the Mingo Firewood Marker. It is a great tool, and a huge time saver. We use ours on just about every tree job, Sherrill tree sells them and well worth the money.
Here is a simple vise for sharpening chainsaws. 1/4" thick piece of flat 4" wide, basic $5-6 toggle clamp, 4" piece of 1" angle iron, a couple strips of rubber, a 5/16" carriage bolt & washer, & a small piece of wood.
A block of 2x under the small saws centers the bar but is not a necessity.