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Finally milled some logs.........

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by ScotO, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    I have a barn out back (full of MY stuff), and a garage (full of OUR stuff), looks like she'll have to set up shop in the basement eventually, because the only other shed I plan on building down the road is a wood shed!:p

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  2. weatherguy

    weatherguy Minister of Fire

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    Norm Abrams? Never met him, I guess I was never working when he came by,
  3. PapaDave

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    Uh, YEAH. Norm.
    Jeez, everybody knows Norm.==c
  4. fishingpol

    fishingpol Minister of Fire

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    If you are from the Boston area, there are at least two Norms...

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    Sorry to participate in the hijack.
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  5. PapaDave

    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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    Jon, that Norm has probably never been to Sturbridge Village though, .....unless there's beer.;lol
    Back to our log milling discussion.
    Sorry for the hijack.
    Scott, the pole barn is MY space too. Nothing goes in there unless I've said it's gooder to go. It's working,........so far.:mad:
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  6. ScotO

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    Our garage is set up as construction storage til the living room project is done, so I dug a spot out and stacked the poplar and oak this afternoon. Had to make a chitload of stickers, that was the hardest part of all. There is a hell of a stack of nice wood there, white oak and poplar!

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  7. firefighterjake

    firefighterjake Minister of Fire

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    That and smaller homes were probably easier to heat . . . fewer fireplaces at least.

    On a related note . . . I have always enjoyed Sturbridge -- a very good place to visit every few years.
  8. Bspring

    Bspring Feeling the Heat

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    Great post. I really enjoyed it.

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