Went out to cut some firewood this morning. Just got my big chainsaw fixed after having a rouge dead elm do some funny things as I was felling it. It fell 90 degrees to it's lean and pinched the bar causing me to abandon ship and run. Broke the trigger assembly. Not bad considering the possibilities.
This morning on my second cut on a felled elm I sawed into a rock hidden by the snow. Back home to the chainsaw sharpener. Back out for the second load and I started hearing vibration in the truck drive train. Made it half way home and the rear of the truck dropped to the pavement as I saw the wheel sans truck clear a road sign in the rear view mirror. Messed up the brake assembly big time. Figured out that I forgot to put a wrench on the lugnuts after pulling the wheels last week and trusting the impact wrench to get them tight. (won't make that mistake again) Especially when you use anti-seize on the studs.
Just another fun day in the woods.