Great Advice...

NordicSplitter Posted By NordicSplitter, Jun 15, 2013 at 9:57 AM

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  1. NordicSplitter

    NordicSplitter
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    With all the rain this year so far...Nearly 5" in June for WNY....So glad I took the advice given by the more seasoned guys on this site and finished all my wood earlier than usual. It's good to know that for 2013/14,2014/15 &2015/16 all my wood is C/S/S & ready to go if needed. Maybe sometime in the summer I'll get the itch to get going on 2016 and beyond....but it sure is nice that I'm set for a little while...Thanks to all...
     
  2. bogydave

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    Nice to be ahead , But
    not good for the addiction :)
    Maybe that's why BWS has so much wood, the addiction to cut wood got him 10 years ahead LOL :)
     
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  3. Backwoods Savage

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    Well Dave, we've been that far ahead a couple times but not so right now. Still, we could go several years with no cutting and still have well seasoned wood on hand. ;)
     
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  4. ScotO

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    It is a great feeling to be three seasons ahead, isn't it? Thanks to guys on here like Zap, Backwoods Savage, Wishlist and BogyDave (and lots of others), I did the same thing a few years back.....

    This year, I'll be top-covering my stacks early, though. With all the friggin rain we've been getting, I want to try and stop the water getting in the stack. I'll be working on 2016/2017 this summer.....then, I'll have to start selling some of the wood I process, as I will be running out of room......
     
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