Did some splitting and started stacking.

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  1. iskiatomic

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    Well after Muther Nature threw us a curve with the 80 degree temps. (to warm for me) I got back to splitting.

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    I do most of my splitting in the spring when its cool, I was planning on doing some this weekend but the rain is putting a damper on that today, 40-50 degrees is perfect weather for cutting and splitting.
    Nice stack of wood you have there.
     
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    I've split wood in 100+ degree weather. 'taint no fun, except for the gallon of iced tea to drink.

    Looks great, KC! :)
     
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    KC, it's about time you got off the ski slopes and got busy with the wood. You also need to find something other than those tarps for covering. ;)
     
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    Impressive stacks, iski. :)
    You don't have to waste your time in a sauna, and you get some work done too! ==c
    Do they make camo tarps? ;)
     
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    Denny those tarps are for " to be used later this season wood" . I have about 3 cord in a "woodshed" right outside the stove area. However later in the season did not happen. Nor did my 50 days of skiing. Only got 34 in this season. Just might have to head south of the equator this summer to do some skiing. It's only money, and NO I don't live in MD. Did not hit the Mega Millions.


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    They do make camo tarps. ;)

    KC, 34 days of skiing is not bad. I didn't win the mega millions either, but then, I didn't buy a ticket either. South of the equator? That is a long shot for sure but they would have snow this summer.
     
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    There is no need to go south of the equator to ski. Timberline Lodge at Mount Hood in Oregon has skiing year round. I'm not joking. http://www.timberlinelodge.com/
     
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