Deadwood, v., to cut the dead wood from a tree.
Face, n., the wedge-shaped cut directing the fall of a tree; v., to cut the face.
High flier, n., the whispy branches above the main foliage.
Pole pull, n., clippers attached to the end of a pole, operated by a pulley. (Alt. pull pole).
Round, n., a large piece of a log that is roughly as wide as it is tall.
Skirt, v., to cut off the lowest limbs of a tree.
Stob, n., a long stub of wood.
Raised fist, stop.
Flat hand pointing, lay it along this line.
Two fists together jerked twice, pole saw.
Flat hand run back and forth across the arm, chain saw.