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Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by relax, Dec 26, 2011.

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  1. relax

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    sharing all my wood .... just learning how to attach pictures ... did cutting today as the temps here in ND are great out doors working weather

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  2. relax

    relax New Member

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    wow zim you rock with your wood = good job
  3. steeltowninwv

    steeltowninwv Minister of Fire

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    nice..looks like u have lots of space to store wood...hom many cords u reckon u have?
  4. Axe140

    Axe140 New Member

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    That is a nice wood pile you got there. The weather is awesome for this time of year compared to the last 3 winters.
  5. relax

    relax New Member

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    i think i have about 12 to 15 cords of bur oak and about 12 cords of ash and elm i have wood inside 2 sectoins of the barn also ,cant have to much wood..
  6. MarkinNC

    MarkinNC Minister of Fire

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    I'd say you've done a little work there and are set for a while. How many cord do you have on hand?
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    relax New Member

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    i may s/s the rounds on the ground tomarrow ,then maybe cut a couple more truck loads of logs tomarrow afternoon,one of these falls ill do more hunting and fishing.
  8. Gark

    Gark Minister of Fire

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    That is a WHOLE lot of wood!! You look to be set for quite awhile. It would be awesome to be so far ahead. Great job.
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    relax New Member

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    yah been at it 3 years to get ahead ,like Dennis says do what you can to get ahead ,seasoned wood burns the best as we all know,
  10. Boom Stick

    Boom Stick Feeling the Heat

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    What do you estimate you burn in a season? Nice pics!
  11. NH_Wood

    NH_Wood Minister of Fire

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    Nice store of wood and looks like a great spot! Enjoy! Cheers!
  12. woodmiser

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    25+ cords.... that's a whole lotta wood. You can take a 3 year break now.
  13. relax

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    dont know anything bout mules .but when i was 11 or 12 i worked on a farm up the road and one of my jobs was to clean the crap from the chicken coop. with a team of indian horses,the last cleaning something spooked the team.they took off,hours later they came back to the yard , no wagon and one horse dragging the other,we did have to put that great animial down..glad i dont have to collect my wood with a buck saw and horses...
  14. wishlist

    wishlist Minister of Fire

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    That's the ticket zim, get way ahead and if you need rest for other hobby's etc...you won't feel guilty!
  15. basswidow

    basswidow Minister of Fire

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    Beautiful. Looks great!
  16. woodchip

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    Best thing you'll ever do, taking advice from Dennis......

    Now you know you can do some hunting and fishing next fall, taking it easy to collect just a seasons wood ;-)
  17. bogydave

    bogydave Minister of Fire

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    Awesome
    Looks like good weather for that kind of work.
    I thought ND got winter :)
    Great pictures
  18. Backwoods Savage

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    Zim, that is great! WE can also see you cover with what looks like old roofing like we do. One difference though; we also can tell you get some very high winds judging by the weights you have on that roofing. lol
  19. relax

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    yah Dennis i cover with metal and load it down with heavy rounds so nothing moves around...you know the ruteen ,cut split, stack,cover and let the wind and sun do its job...all in a wood mans ruteen.. hope your feeling beter so you can do what you love doing keeping your family warm warm and being around wood working,
  20. thewoodlands

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    Looks like you've built up your stockpile of wood, nice job.

    zap
  21. BrotherBart

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    Really nice job zim. Thanks for the pics.
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    bart n zip you know thats the only way to stick it to the utillity foks and you never know when winter will set in.lets all be ready happy new year to you all and lets all be safe in the new year, lots of fun work to be done. all take care ..ZZZm
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    sorry zap
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    relax New Member

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    i run the saw the wife runs the stove after i showed her ofcorse
  25. thewoodlands

    thewoodlands Minister of Fire

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    Actually I thought it was funny, you can call me zip. :vampire:


    zap
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