I have friend who just finished constructing a runway at his little ranch; plenty of land, adequately situated (slight prevailing crosswind), built with drainage and a very nice hangar.
Last week came first time to land there; he overflew it several times, noted that those trees on the approach end that looked so far away when on the ground, looked mighty close on approach. Finally set up his landing as best he could, touched down "before the windsock," so he stood on the brakes; stopped with about 100' rwy remaining.
The chainsaw has been active since!
He told me, "You know how when you solo, they cut off your shirt tail to put on a plaque? After that landing, I tacked my soiled drawers up on the hangar wall!
...three miles from BRONS, clear for the ILS one five approach...