I have a Black & Decker Cordless chainsaw. I'm sure yours is much better. Mine cuts ok but goes through the batteries quickly. My gas chainsaw is more powerful and I usually take it but I haven't gotten it out of winter hibernation yet so I took the cordless. Did what we needed it to do on this trip so glad I something or there would have been a lot more turn arounds other than the dead ends.Nice! What saw do you carry? I've ditched my 2-stroke chainsaw and now carry a Makita XCU02Z 36 volt battery operated chainsaw. It's lighter and possibly safer than my gasser. It's a 12" bar and has enough power to buck maybe a cord of oak on a single charge, so no worries on a ride of running out of juice.
Also wanted to point out, I'm a jerk and, when clearing wind fall trees, only open enough to get a motorcycle through and deliberately block quads from further travel. Ha!
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Oh, I'd like to not be a jerk too but the disrespectful golfcart operators (not all) have been pissing me off lately. So I do just what I gotta do to get through.