Re: snow saws
j.kevin chapman (madpiper@BH.NWSC.ORG)
Wed, 31 Dec 1997 17:19:22 -0600
What I would recommend is to use an old surplus machete. Building an igl=
is a lot of work and you have to have the right kind of snow. I would hig=
recommend learning how to make a Quinzee instead depending on what part o=
the country you are from.
J. Kevin Chapman
Northwest Suburban Council
John Durbetaki wrote:
> Mike Vogel wrote:
> >what alternatives you have come up ... for a snow saw.
> Three of them. The first is that each year in metal shop, we have a few
> boys make saws out of aluminum scrap (1/8" thick) and wood. Pretty
> light, weight wise, and fairly sturdy. The second is someone cut a blad=
> from an old cookie sheet and fastened it to wood. The third was an old
> broken cross cut blade, the ol' hand logger tool, that someone found in
> a barn.
> John Durbetaki
> SM T855, CM P729
> Hillsboro, OR
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