Now that the snow has pretty much disappeared, the remnants of this past December's ice storm are prevalent, especially Downeast.  It seems like everywhere you look there's a big pile of brush, just sitting there, waiting to be taken care of.  What are you going to do with it?

Do you burn it?  The fire may be hard to start because the wood is green and it will certainly bum out the neighbors when that green wood starts smoking.

Do you rent an expensive wood chipper?  They're going for about $300 a day now.

Do you hire someone to take care of it?

Do you haul it off to the transfer station yourself?

Or, do you let it "stay where it lays?"

Decisions, decisions, decisions.