We live on 48 acres & have a lot of cedar trees. The yard around the house is fenced in to a little shy of an acre. I've been clearing out some of the fields outside the fence area visable to the house.
We've only been here about two years & I have slowly accumulated some unsitely stuff according to my wife. This area I'm clearing now is unseen from the house but in good walking distance. Once I clear this & I finish my trailer (to be shared later) I want to move my good stuff up there. For now I want to just lay down some pallets & make myself a bone yard. Maybe later as funds allow I want to build a storage shed, not sure right now what size or design.
This is what it looks like now. I want to clear the area between the chainsaw & tractor.
These trees are not that big but there black locust & covered with thorns & vines. Little effort for my Bolens H16.
I don't like pulling stumps because of leaving a hole or mess & then possible problems with erosion. I left some of the stumps a little high so I could cut & get out of there quick. I'll go back & dig up the ground a little around the stump then using an old bar & chain I'll cut at ground level.
This is what I have left of this little area but too cold today to continue.