Firewood frosting

711mhw Posted By 711mhw, Feb 10, 2013 at 5:19 PM

  1. 711mhw

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    baby 011.jpg
    Sat. snowstorm. GOT SHOVEL?
     
  2. swagler85

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    Nah that drift will burn just fine!
     
  3. bogydave

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    It'll be gone by mid April :)
     
  4. ScotO

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    is that frosting vanilla flavored? I'm partial to the butter-creme frosting myself.
    you DO know to stay away from the yellow frosting, right?:p
     
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  5. Ralphie Boy

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    The last time Kentycky got half that much snow, the entire state shut down for a week! No kidding!
     
  6. Blue2ndaries

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    Cool photo 711. That end cross-stack looks like it is giving it all it's got to hold the end of the line.
     
  7. red oak

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    Ha ha! Same here in Virginia! I wished I lived in a state that got REAL snow!
     
  8. 711mhw

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    big snow feb 2013 034.jpg !!!
     
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  9. Ralphie Boy

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    I did once. We lived in Up-state New York, Columbia county, for just over a yeat. Had 4" of smow on May Day! Yuck, that's just too late!<>
     
  10. firefighterjake

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    Now you're just being foolish Scotty . . . everyone knows that this is maple syrup flavored frosting. ;)
     
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  11. ScotO

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    I don't know, Jake. It may have to come down to a taste test.......
    Who wants to be the guinea pig?? NOT ME!!
     
  12. albert1029

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    that stack looks like a locomotive movin' on down the line...
     
  13. elwoodps

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    If by "gone", you mean melted of it's own accord, I afraid that may be a bit optimistic. ;)

    When's spring typically arrive in your neck of the woods, 711mhw? Around Memorial Day? ;lol
     
  14. bogydave

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    I'm always " a bit optimistic" . Mid April we have 15 hours of sun ;)

    We'll be outside in "T" shirts then, regardless of the temperature.
    But yea, some of the snow drifts & piles may be hanging around still then. :)
    Each year is a bit different.
     
  15. colin.p

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    To loosely quote Frank Zappa "Don't go where those huskys go, and don't you eat that yellow snow"
     
  16. 711mhw

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    Near 40* today, and the next few they say! Ya never know!
     
  17. Applesister

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    This reminds me of a beer advertisement that was floating around on youtube.
    I'll have to find the link. Its not really related to wood harvesting...or stacking but then again it is.
     

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