Going through my garage can be like Christmas, especially the boxes from the years before I had kids and I had what (at the time) seemed like almost unlimited spending $$. Also the stuff from my parent's house that was hastily packed as my mom was in assisted living and I needed to clean the place for sale.I need to clean my shop Past several weeks I’ve bought stuff I already had. It’s more fun to clean things, and find stuff I forgot I had!
So, I think I have wheat/gluten sensitivity. Certain breads, pizza crust, etc. makes me feel like crap.
On the weekends, it's almost tradition that my wife makes pancakes. Last weekend she started using Spelt flour from the local amish/mennonite store, and it's awesome! The bourbon barrel aged maple syrup from Costco is legit too.
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Can’t tell with those photos!
Oh, did you mean critique the chains or the photography? (Try holding a solid colt piece of cardboard behind the cutters - it helps the camera focus).
I'll get you some better pics tomorrow after work, would the chain off the bar take better pics?
Everyone dose to some degree. Gluten is a natural inflammation causer....among other things.
I too have a “sensitivity” to it. I just dont eat as much of it and I feel a lot better
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That chain is on the 390xp, so power isnt an issue. I havent been great at maintaining a perfect 30* on the top plate by hand. Something I have to work on. Few more time out in the woods (if it stops raining when I'm home) and it will get kicked over to the grinder and get tried up. Im not wood picky so I'm cutting a mix of soft and hardwoods. It seems to cut well. Thanks for the comment!I think the photo's are huge and beautiful. I am using a 19" monitor on my laptop. Click on the pictures and they view very nicely.
May I suggest grabbing the corners of your pictures next time and stretching them out more? If loading by file name, then be sure to choose "full image" as the upload option.
In addition, your sharpening looks mighty fine to me, although your angles look a bit steep to me. 35° ? Cutting a lot of softwood? You'll be ok. Hardwood at those pitches will likely bind up pretty quickly. That will still be ok if you have a light touch with your saw or you have some real power going into the cut.
Sorry to hear.Well, my brother got robbed again for the third time. Just a year ago crackheads snucked thru the woods into his barn and stole his chain saw, all his battery powered tools and a full gas can. The hit him again Sat nite and take was about the same as last time plus his nylon66 22 rifle he had at the barn for groundhogs. I have given him three chainsaws to replace those stolen. I told him today, I am out of spare saws but will look for a parts saw to try and put something together. He doesnt burn wood and the saw is just for emergency and occasional use. We had talked about him installing cameras the last time he was robbed, but I guess it just turned into one of those roundtoit projects and never happened.