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Posted By countrybois,
Jun 20, 2008 at 9:28 PM
I know where that oak is, time for a midnight run!
Better not! Me and my toddlers will give you a run for your money! hehehehhe But you're welcome to enjoy a warm hearth and a cold beer any time you are in the area.
Now ya have me thinking of that pizza & beer install day we had. That pizza was damn good
Next time I'm gonna be down, I'll hollar atcha.
2 mini racks....Having a splitter on hand makes for easy kindling.
Just started stacking again for this year...
Pine, White oak, Black Walnut, Ash, and Maple.
More will come
This is some White Oak I split and stacked today.
Gonna be at least one warm house in Jousey dis year. Lookin good!
Heres what I got I think Ill have enough for the up coming winter
Here's some pine I spilt in April.It sits in and empty lot next to me and gets full sun all day We started and HH with the pine and I ran out off pine to finish it . It sit in a 8 foot radius
This wood will be great for them mild nights and days
Cant wait to fire it up
Lazy man's pile... Couldn't pass them up. About 400 boxes of Smartlogs (more coming). I bought all the local hardware store had left, for insurance. CHEAP!
Wasn't sure what I have split would be ready: 1 cord of apple, split this year & 2 cords of poplar & more standing dead ash coming this weekend.
A man after my own heart. :lol: My favorite words: "I'll take'em all.".
The guys at the civic holiday sale were pretty surprised...but they did give me a sweet deal!
Last of the S/L today...Gave about 100pc to my neighbor, final count around 300+/-.
More avail (closeout) from local h/w chain - if anyone in SW Ontario (London) is in the market.
(I'm not selling any of mine though)
heres my stack.it ended up being 2 cords. i have a line on 3 cords more.
Here is some hickory I have been stacking this past month. One man working and moving takes time they say.
Anyone care to guess how much I have? I am hoping for at least one cord?
4 Loads Into the season
More Pictures of wood
A little more work for the Labor day weekend...
My gear for moving wood.
All some set up Im thinking of a lawn tractor to pull the stuff out The woods are adout two hundered yards away so i drive my truck to the edge of the woods and wheel it out. It sucks :down:
Here is just what was brought into the basement to get me though until the ground freezes and I am not wading through mud to get to the woodpile. These three piles come out to be right around a full cord.
Nice pics guys. The fella with the hickory certainly has a lot of air circulation the way it is stacked!
Here's a shot head on. 2 more of these behind the first. Mostly Maple, some ash and beech as well.
I'll post elsewhere about the cleanup project I started....but I fully expect to run out of wood this winter.
Grasshopper and the ant....I'm gonna pay for playing so much.
Here's what I did this weekend. Maple, shagback hickory and Gofer wood. Finally rented a splitter, can't imagine splitting the hickory by hand. Any advise on splitting the stuff? Nice piles... ;-)
I bought a new 2005 Artic cat tbx 400 in 2006 when I bought the land I live on now. My neighbor let me cut up a downed double trunk hickory that got blown down by storm this year. I take my wagon cart up a hill and over to his land where the tree is. One man doing the cutting, splitting and moving takes time, but being retired I guess I have the time.
My poor saws are hurtin after this stuff...LOL