Below is why I was disqualified from the Axe Men TV series. It took a wild turn and went backwards then made a right turn straight into the crook of another tree. No need to even mention it is crossing the stream. It may be there for years.
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We are on an adventure learning the ropes of starting a small farm, being self-sufficient and living in a 100 percent off-the-grid solar powered home. We'll share the ups and downs of raising chickens, pigs, growing a garden, and life in general, all with a twist of humor thrown in for good measure.
from the look of the cut, it is not what I would of expected either. hmmmmm. looks like the darn tree twisted after it was cut. From where I am looking, it looks notched out ok.
It’s hard to tell from the picture but from the base it had tilt to the rear then leaned forward. I knew it was not going to be easy and I was ready for an odd fall. I just didn’t expect it to catch in the other tree. I laid down another one later on and it went just fine. That log splitter sure is nice though.