Scott, I have no dead beech but I have plenty of live beech. I had 5 big branches here and there down over the last six months that I cut up. I did...
If it were me I would keep that beautiful old barn
red elm except for that lone small piece on the right
Woody, those stacks havn't come easy. I do something every single week and worked all winter as well. I have over 700 running feet of single stacked...
Dave, those are painted ribbed roof sheets for barns or houses that I had extra. I really don't worry at all about top covering. I only did it...
Here are more stacks......
Pictured here are some shagbark hickory stacks estimated to be about 9 cords.
Beautiful score but you are going to have to get a load of tulip poplar now even if you have to give it away
Sun dries the wood quickly. Most shady spots are shady because they are near other trees that drop debree. Debree either left on the splits from...
that is a nice score.........good deal for you
I'll second that.................nice stacks and thanks for sharing
I hand split alot of hickory without too much of a problem. Recently I split some good size rounds and it was all my 27 ton wanted.
That is some easy processing
Summer doesn't even start for another week. In another month we might be begging for some rain. Hang in there we will get some hot dry days for sure
One more week and and a "No" might have come out
suppose to get hot
That hollow center made for some easy splitten I would guess
alot of good wood there
Zap, looks like most of that is off the ground and easy to handle. I hate it too when a storm takes a healthy one and hate it even worse when I see...
or he had just as many drinks as she did
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