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Ribcracker, thanks for the post. It was a very good read
For Thanksgiving morning for the brother in laws , nephews, and sons. This is just a partial of all the white oak to be brought out of the woods....
one wheelbarrow is one day of burning
Not exactly naked when its wearing a rubber hat
top cover so you don't have wet leaves and seeds falling all over the stacks
Don't focus on what and how to split them 4 medium size red oaks. Focus on where you will get the next four
thanks for all those great pictures Bob
Nice black Dane and nice trailer too
As for me, I like Lynyrd Skynyrd
Looks like enough to scare you off
get in there and get ya some
now dats da kinda stuff dats good readin
yooz gots alots to learns
Yes, I got the notice in the mail
Fortunately my April 10th registration date allowed me to get the old price.
CTFIRE, did I mention I have 30...
I've been a member since April of 2012. At that time I was doing about everything wrong. Today I am doing most things right. I am renewing my dues...
what's that piece dead square in the middle ?
Well, I got my goals accomplished. I hauled all the rounds out of the woods and also split and stacked the maple that was part of the haul.
I've got a lot of rounds still out in the woods that need gathered up. I may hit a bit of that.
way to go PA
You've raised the game in the woodshed department Gibson....................not many are stained so nice.
If out in the sun and wind, it will not go punky any time soon
I can tell you this..........the maul in the picture will not split very well. The taper is all wrong
Woody, you sound like you could correct my golf swing :p
That was my mainstay last winter and I couldn't complain about nothing
get to stacking
Here's what that hickory looks like now. Got it all together in one big pile ready for the splitter
Yea, Osage it's the cat's meow :)
Woody, I am that good. lol
That oak had a crown on it like a 14 point buck :cool:
the other tree is an 36" white oak
I dropped the hickory right into the oak and then cut the oak. The hickory took it straight down.
Applesister, it is shagbark
Yooperdave, our bedroom, our livingroom, our family room, and our dining room are all white oak floors from trees that were harvested from my...
Hate to lose any tree but this big hickory was suffering and about 40 feet from the house. It will make alot of splits.