Finally started the woodshed

muncybob Posted By muncybob, Aug 21, 2011 at 11:19 PM

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  1. muncybob

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    I'm using the shed to store a mower deck, snowblower, 2 mountain bikes and some other odds & ends so I figure with the space remaining I should be able to get about 6.5 to 7 cords in there. We normally burn less than 5 cords/yr. so that should work out well.
    Next year, after the hemlock siding has had a chance to dry out I plan to either paint it or stain it. There is a small storage shed nearby that is painted but I prefer the look of stain. Hoping to get a pic of it completely done except for paint/stain and fully loaded soon!
     
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    muncybob, your woodshed looks great.

    zap
     
  3. muncybob

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    Thanks zap and others for the comments. I've loaded 2 truck beds of wood so far and I must say that for unloading a truck on your own the pickaroon is a great tool. No more hopping into and out of the truck several times to unload. Got this and a cant hook last spring...looking forward to cutting down a big one to finally use the cant hook.
     
  4. raybonz

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    Excellent job Bob! You created a fine wood shelter that you're gonna love when the winds blow and the snow flies..

    Ray
     
  5. muncybob

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    Yep, and they are calling for some white stuff later this week too! YUK!
     
  6. NCPABill

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    A friend of mine stained his hemlock siding with drain oil. It smelled a little for about a week, but it looked great and the price was good!

    Nice job on the project.

    Bill
     
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