How I spent my "rest day."

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by fireview2788, Jun 15, 2013.

  1. fireview2788

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    After a good trip to the chiropractor yesterday and then a couple of tough softball games last night I decided I wasn't going to do my normal 6 mile run this morning. Instead I decided to stack the hedge apple I had piled up and then clean the stacking area before bringing the new stuff in. The hedge measured out to be .84 cord.

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    Sounds like a lot more fun than running!
     
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    Well, both serve a purpose. It would have taken me a whole lot less time to run but still a good days work.

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    Day of rest well spent :)

    Now the wood can start to dry out better.
    Looks good !
     
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    I like seeing a pile of rounds (not processed) at my stacks.....makes me feel good. But I LOVE seeing pics of before and after those rounds were processed, stacked and cleaned up. Gives a feeling of real accomplishment. Those of us who process our own wood on here know the hard work it takes to do that kind of work, you did a lot of work there, FV. Looks great....
     
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