Saturday, April 26, 2008

Motion Lotion

Non-gamer & Beau were over & brought Motion Lotion. Got your attention don't I? This is what happens when you use Motion Lotion. Non-gamer is due in July.






Actually, Beau brought his Rank 5 Stihl chainsaw over to harvest some Osage Orange. He does woodworking & has plans to make a baby crib out of Osage. Hopefully in time for the youngun.

5 comments:

Nightmare said...

That article about Osage Orange is pretty good, what it doesn't say is WHY the Osage Orange makes great fences even AFTER barbed wire.

The Osage Orange grows in a Spiral, twisting as it goes up, thus causing a extremely dense wood. This make for a "Redwood" like resistance to Mother Nature. I have fixed 50-60 year old hedge fence. I'm also betting that Beau is having his chain sharpened today too...notoriously bad on saws.

My cousin and I went through 3 new chains to get through one tree once...nasty stuff....but really beautiful when made into furniture.

Seraphine said...

I dunno.
Chainsaws and baby cribs don't seem to match.
It's like guns and butter.
Cats and water.
Mars and Venus.
I know, I know.
I'm afraid of chainsaws.

Spyder said...

Nightmare- Beau chuckled & agreed that Osage is hard on chainsaws when I read him your comment. But I think he believes it to be worth it.

Seraphine- Thanks for stopping by! True, I wouldn't normally put chainsaws and baby cribs together but the chainsaw was only the tool to achieve his desire. I love my chainsaw!

Faith said...

Aw, how nice of you guys to just hand over your wood like that to a couple who needs some.

Make sure to use plenty of Motion Lotion when you're loving your chainsaw, Spyder. Otherwise, things can get pretty dicey...

Le Grand Lapin said...

Wow. I didn't expect to hear "chainsaw" and "loving" in the same sentence, either. Yikes!