The tools needed are a sharp ax, a crosscut saw, an inch auger, and a spade.
The wheelbarrows and the grindstone and the two crosscut saws were another matter.
No, we thought of doing a bit of crosscut sawing for a change.
Hence we had brought a crosscut saw—a long one with two handles.
The bow oarsman pushed off the boat, and she was headed up the crosscut.
That experience determined me to stick to crosscut sawing every day.
On Sunday mornings Hugh took a crosscut saw and cut the railroad ties into lengths that would go into the kitchen stove.
It did not surprise me that next day I had to forget my crosscut saw exercise.
It was fortunate that both could chop, for the men with the crosscut appeared in difficulties.
No objection was made, for setting a trap is easier work than dragging a crosscut saw through a maple log.