Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by loon, Dec 28, 2010.
weekend started off good with this dead cherry...
the other half is out in the driveway ;-)
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I was expecting the tractor, :lol: nice size tree plus the dogs are having fun, good start.
here we are with the other half...
just like a kid in a candy store :cheese:
Looks good Loon, did you take the dog for a ride on the four wheeler.
no we just got back to the house as the pair of them went missing and ended up down at the roads dept office ;-P
does anyone else hold off getting wood cause of snow? :cheese:
Loon, the worst part of the day here was the wind picked up which blew the snow off the trees but I managed one dead standing and one beech today.
still coming down and didnt even attempt it zap..plus i had to go find these friggen dogs again %-P
They just wanted another weekend in the woods, looks like they're having fun.
ya just kidding around, they do run our house
will make up for it tomorrow as they're calling for sunny skies..
whats this stuff gang?
picture isnt that great but this wood is dead and really green..thanks eh
Look like the four-letter word.....
lots of that!! %-P
Is it Honey Locust? It sort of looks like it. Of course pictures are really hard to tell some times.
will see if i can get a better picture today..
Loon all the Maple you pulled out have you had time to buck it up?
no sir and will show you why in a bit ;-) lotta other wood to deal with right now
didnt go back out lastnite for a better pic but my farmer buddy was talking to his neighbor 2 fields back at church yesterday and the fella asked leo if i wanted to clean up his 40 or so acre forest which has easily a couple thousand dead standing small elm
i was over there a couple years ago and noticed them standing but never inquired? this should keep me busy for a couple weekends
will take some better pictures this weekend...
The Mother load, that should keep you real busy.
Holly cow Loon, 40 acres? I think you have died and gone to heaven!
it is a very good scoop for sure
there's still lots of wood closer to home and i dont think i will put much of a dent in this for years even if i start now ;-P but will tractor down a very large old trailer which i will leave and start cutting the ones that dont need to be split and just start filling blocks.
they dont burn wood but the son/grandkids are avid hunters with tree stands and a foodplot so will do the work in the off seasons for courtesy
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