Cut some nice wood this weekend!

rdust Posted By rdust, Mar 30, 2009 at 10:53 PM

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  1. rdust

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    Saturday my dad and I manged to cut some nice hardwoods. A mix of white oak, hickory and other hardwoods.(beech/cherry??)


    Biggest rounds in this picture are ash from the weekend before
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    backside of pile in first picture
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  2. LLigetfa

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    Nice looking piles of wood. I find myself taking deep breaths trying to get a whiff of it. LOL
     
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    Looking Nice!
     
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    Thanks! I figure I have another weekend or two worth of cutting and then I'll be splitting and stacking. My brother still has a bunch of ash tree's he wants me to take also so I'll probably be busy for a while. :)
     
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    So... does it smell nice? Someone needs to invent scratch 'n sniff for the internet.
     
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    lol! When I walk into the drive all I smell is fresh cut wood. I guess it smells nice if you like that kind of thing! :)
     
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    I can smell it from here it smells like money!!!!!!!!
     
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    To a lot of us that indeed is a very nice odor. Perhaps after you cut for a while you too will be bitten by this sort of thing.

    I well recall when I first started working in a sawmill (as a teenager) that I just loved the smell of the freshly cut lumber. Well, most of it was good. Cottonwood I did not like then nor now. Sassafras is still the best.
     
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