Do I see rows of something looks like corn coming up in that first pic?
Now thats a man with a plan. Add your stove and what nots to your signature line.
Are you at least using an 8 pounder. Light mauls will fail due to lack of force.
Dec-Feb for me. I sweat all summer mowing, I aint sweatin bustin wood too.
Pete, what did you do as far as insulating?
Yes indeed, considering the price.
Got a little locust there Andy. Something else, bradford pear maybe?
A man will split red oak twice as fast by hand. A splitter keeps you waiting on the ram, traveling, and lifting logs longer than its worth.
They dont issue them after booking. I can assure you.
Im goin with pecan. Same bark.
Woody, it was 9 loads and she hauled 4 or 5. Only a 10 minute drive. I stacked about 40% today and I feel like Ive been shot at and missed, but sh!t...
BTW, that pile is 20ft X 12FT X 5Ft tall
No Scotty they were split by HAND by a Mexican whos wife I know. ICE grabbed him this week and she needed money. (I gave her an extra 30 bucs for her...
I love using old tin roofing, I can hear the rain falling on it.
I think so....... $150, half delivered, 9 loads. 90% white oak 10% maple, if that much maple. Some Ill have to cut to length tho.
Looks like Bills place.
You wouldnt swing at a baseball that stiff. Imagine thats what youre doing vertical and let the tool do the work.
My buddy that helped me install my block off plate was telling me that he used to use this practice. He said that he once threw a cup full in and...
FWIW, we see walnut as a messy trash wood here. I passed on a triaxle of splits for 300 a few weeks ago.
I have major troubles with it but the other 3 dont. I broke down and bought a bottle last week thinking it cant hurt and MAN does it help me. Its...
Dang, thats a helluva lota wood youve got there. Feels good doesnt it?
This is a good tip. If I leave after a reload Ill set ours and leave the wife with instructions unless Im confident she can handle what Ive got going...
Maybe its just me, but that glass looks awefully black from the bottom up. You may wanna correct that. Its a nice looking install though.
Me and some friends shucked and hulled about 600# by hand a few weeks ago and the cobs burned great but the corn wouldnt burn off of one of the full...
MJ, that's exactly what I have myself. I looked at what you're looking at but I happened to find this Buck. I cut the legs so that I have about 7...
Some of the best wood Ive burned is 20+ yr old red oak fence board/ locust posts that surrounds us. Ive planed a lot down to make our picture frames...
In the 3rd pic, is that galv pipe that was spray painted?
Whats the length of it?
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