Years back I was driving on a logging road and came across a tree freshly fallen across the road, blocking our path. Over time, as a few other cars pulled up we acquired enough people and a truck with a tow rope, we all pushed while the truck pulled and we were able to move the tree enough for cars to drive around it. Now as I boondock more I wonder what would happen if I were to get stuck by another tree fallen across the logging road I am using. What if the road is less popular than the one I as on before, and I have to go at it alone, without cell service? Here is my thinking. I pack a saw and strong rope. Cut the tree in the middle and pull it with the SUV just enough for my rig to get by. Anyone else think about this scenario and prepare for it? If so, what saw do you carry? I don't want to take a chain saw as it's overkill for an unlikely scenario. However I want something I can use to cut through a sizeable tree if needed in an emergency.