@REI-KarenR I started restoring old crosscut saws to be used in trail-maintenance. The US Forest service has a lot of information on reviving these antiques and putting them back to work clearing blowdowns.

I am a vigilante trail-crew-of-one and my weapon of choice has been a 30" bowsaw. Now I have a cool old 6' perforated-lance-tooth bucking saw for the big jobs. It came in handy for cutting up a big fat maple tree that had come down over our local bike-path last weekend.

It is so satisfying to go past that pile of logs and know you did it. It is also very satisfying to see that old saw doing what it was designed to do.