destroying the nature is bad. Use a trail already used by bikes, cross country skiiing or hikers and modify it. it's the best why to not get caught too . thanks
fred³ said:You sound like you're about 12 years old and with your attitude I can believe it. For doing a proper job a machete sucks big time. A small ax, bush saw or loppers do a much better and cleaner job. As for this response: "In my opinion if you aren't going to get in trouble for it don't ask anyone cuz their answer is most likely going to be no." you're completely wrong. If you won't get in trouble then of course you ask. If it's not your property you ask. If the answer will be no then you would get in trouble if you did it. Come on. Show a bit of respect for others property, or in the future when you have some others may not show any respect for yours.
Not necessarliy. A sharp machete in the right hands (think land surveyor) is much more efficient.fred³ said:For doing a proper job a machete sucks big time. A small ax, bush saw or loppers do a much better and cleaner job.