Chips certainly make a great mulch as it does not break down as much as bark much does. I have a chipper myself and what I do is chip up a bunch of brush, put a healthy layer of it around my flowerbeds and then cover it up a bit with bark mulch just for looks. This of course saves me a ton of money on bark mulch and yet my flowerbeds look great. Pine chips are not as great as hemlock, cedar, hackmatack or other decay resistant woods, but free and at that volume, you can't go wrong.
By the way if you have a kennel for your dog, those pine chips are a great place to put them. I line my dog kennel with chips for two reasons. Its easy on the dogs paws and it keeps them from getting muddy when it rains, and because fleas cannot stand any resinous smell of pine, fir, hemlock, hackmatack or so on. In short, putting a layer of chips in your kennel will ensure its flea-free...a fact few people know about.
Nice haul by the way.
I have no intention of traveling from birth to the grave in a manicured and well preserved body; but rather I will skid in sideways, totally beat up, completely worn out, utterly exhausted and jump off my tractor and loudly yell, "Wow, this is what it took to feed a nation!"