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Posted By eclecticcottage,
Jan 27, 2013 at 12:58 AM
Wow, I browsed around the site that is hosted on and saw it said that was about a half million cords of wood.
That is just a little less then most people on here shoot to have in their backyard!
My question is WHY? What do they plan to with it? We often hear about the Goverment has Oil reserves is this for the wood burning community If we get low on good seasoned wood just go load up??
I'Il fire up the splitter. You get the chain saw.
Ok Dixie, but it's gonna' take me a minute or two to get there.
The county is giving a lot of grief to get that stuff moved.
Gonna need a bigger woodshed !!
I'm thinkin' that ought to be the cover picture for the Firewood haorders thread......what say y'all?
Are you sure this wasn't an aerial photo of Dennis, Zap or Dave's backyard? I have a miniature replica of this in my backyard but WOW.....
Dammit that is a PILE OF WOOD!!
funny, thought it was your backyard Scotty .
me too....I had to look twice and then I saw that the wood wasn't split.....nor was it covered with rubber roofing material!!
And, it's in log form.
Doesn't qualify for hoarder status unless a new category is established.
What say you, ye old FH Grand Poobah (aka SO)?
What is this stash for? Are they keeping it of the market for fear of price disruption?
I have no idea, the website where I found it didn't say. All I can think is it's a paper mill.
We need to go back to using hemp and flax for paper. It's far more efficient.
Is it a real picture or has it been modified?
A good day's work for Mr Bunyan. He'll split it tomorrow.
That's what I was thinking......
I don't think it's modified, this is the original site http://mff.dsisd.net/biomass/2-woodenergy.htm
Now just imagine what upper MI looked like when they had a million cord stacked like that. Paper mill.
I thought that was the driveway to Hearth.com Members's place (the source of all his splits).
A half million cords of wood translates to about what, 10 trillion BTUs at 20 MBTU/cord? Holy BTU, Batman...
Hey, that is about the same as the national debt, if BTUs were a dollar each.