Bark looks like hackberry to me.
Hickory, maybe pignut.
All my buddies that turkey hunt have said they were horrible. They are one of the reasons I don't turkey hunt. I can tell you the deer we killed...
No, that would be a cat-a-log.
She's a cookie fairy! I was splitting down at my friend's place this weekend when I sensed someone standing behind me so I turn around and see his 8...
Nope, not yet. Mama keeps saying she's cold and I ain't turning up the heat and giving money to the electric company.
I'm thinking it's real, this is one of the stories....
This says it all!
Carpenter ants and termites.
I want it done by the end of summer. It's been there since last summer and some of it's getting punky. I don't know how long it was down before it...
Oh yeah. He's always looking out for me...well he's stopped until I get all this taken care of since it's behind his house.
This post wasn't meant...
A couple of weeks ago I starting working on splitting my pile o'rounds and found it to be a pain in the butt. The issue is that there's a blend of...
It won't last long. I'm west of you and it's snowing here so my guess is that it will be snowing on you tomorrow. Mid-60's by Monday though!
I remember that hail storm. I didn't lose any trees but did get a new roof out of the deal.
I'm still good. Not to mention some of the stuff I was splitting the other day is ready to burn now. Believe it or not, it's ready.
When my wife and I visited VT/NH/ME last summer I said that I would love to retire in VT. However, I also told her we would have to spend a winter...
AHH, my competition rears its' head!!!! :mad:
I caught the birch in the first pic and thought that I might jump on that since it's likely about a mile from me but then saw all the other brush....
For this great deal....
I can't say 100% from the pics being so far away but using the zoom it looks like it is silver maple.
You must be talking about the Dille property, makes me absolutely SICK every time I drive past. BTW, we must be neighbors, I live next to Sugarcreek...
Exactly what I've found also.
I hear it on all the wood I bring in. Moisture expanding in the wood from the heat is my thought.
Doesn't look like any cherry I've seen. Looks like possibly in the oak family, maybe pin.
How do the pheasants seem to be surviving the winter. I hunted near Audubon three years ago and the numbers were still recovering from a bad winter...
a happy stove! I took advantage of the 50::F+ temps over the weekend and cleaned the stove from top to bottom. Vacuumed, brushed, swept, wiped, and...
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