So, today at work, I decided that because I will need the camera at work then I will leave it at work. My logic for that was that if I am leaving it at work when I want it home everyday, then I'm probably going to leave it at home when I need it at work. Tomorrow is the last day I'll need it at work, so I'll try hard to bring it home tomorrow.
I'm going Sunday off exit 47 / I-90. We went up a couple of weekends ago but I was leading my family and my sister in law with all the kids in tow :| freaking train wreck with one of the cars having mechanical trouble, kids whining, etc..
Pulled the rip cord and called it off.
Going this Sunday - just my neighbor and I - gear, saws, winch, pickup truck and done.
One suggestion I would have for you folks getting your trees: Take a giant heavy tarp with you to fell and wrap the tree in. Either a big canvas painting tarp or a very heavy plastic tarp - very heavy. In this way, when it's wrapped up and tied off properly, you won't wreck the tree AND it's easier to handle in that it's not whacking you in the face while you're getting it onto the truck.
No, I had drivin into the snow off the road so others could pull in too knowing I would need a tug out, that's also why I had to yank Patrick out next to me. Our out was Jerry who never made it the last 20 feet to us, so I had to get pulled out with peoplepower to go to Jerry if he needed me to pull him. I did get pulled into a slide by the snowbank once or twice though
2001 Jeep TJ Sport, SOLD!
2013 JK Sport, 6 Speed manual, RC 3.5" Series II, GY DTs 315/70/17, Pro Comp 7005s 17x8, Rubi 44s