How I learned to stop worrying and love the chainsaw

It might be quite a strange love, but I remain really taken with my Husqvarna electric chainsaw.


Got it out tonight for a quick job, and instead of putting it down again as too hard to bother (filling it with petrol, trying to get it started, having to set it aside while the exhaust cooled), I simply had to check the chain lubricating oil (can’t escape that one), plug it in, do the job, put it away again.

Strangely, had a hard time finding a photo from the Husqvarna (Aust) site.  Seems the model is no longer available down under, or won’t be when existing stock is exhausted.  I ended us having to get the photo from the Indonesian Husky website.  Cannot comprehend that decision if it is true – unless someone can find it on the Husqvarna (Aust) website.That’s a bit of a bombshell if that is the case.

Thinking about it, I have somehow missed ever seeing the Stanley Kubrick movie.  Might have to see if it ends up in my Santa sack (although some Kubrick movies are strange to put it nicely).

Speaking of Christmas, got all the lights up again for another year

Might look a little distorted, as I was using a 360 panorama app on the iPad to get the photo.  Nothing too elaborate.

After getting the lights done, got into a bit of yardwork, and found some branches I needed to cut.  Too big to snip or shear, it was a chainsaw job.

It might be quite a strange love, but I remain really taken with my Husqvarna electric chainsaw.

(Funny watching well known Simpsons episodes in another language)

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