All the timber forms part of our land boundary and from the sound of it I will need plenty of fuel and chain saw oil.
On the topic of chainsaws, we bought a cheap one and it proved to be a nightmare from the start. As fast as I put the fuel in it came out.
Perhaps a saboteur had assembled it? The fuel line had been cut and the oil line blocked with a screw. Of course we only found this out when stripping it down.
No worries, sorted that out started it up - rough running - flywheel brake heated up stalled the engine.
Bought a Stihl chainsaw (no choice time was against us) brilliant starts every time, happy little well balanced engine, chunters away to itself when idle but always keen to deliver its all.
I think we are going to be busy.
If you never find what you seek, you never wanted it badly enough in the first place.