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Let's see some wood!!

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by countrybois, Jun 20, 2008.

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  1. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    I know where that oak is, time for a midnight run!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

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  2. NewtownPA

    NewtownPA New Member

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    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.
  3. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    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.
  4. WOODBUTCHER

    WOODBUTCHER Minister of Fire

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    2 mini racks....Having a splitter on hand makes for easy kindling.

    WoodButcher

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  5. bmwbj

    bmwbj Member

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    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.

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  6. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    Gonna be at least one warm house in Jousey dis year. Lookin good!
  7. Burd

    Burd Feeling the Heat

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    Heres what I got I think Ill have enough for the up coming winter

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  8. Burd

    Burd Feeling the Heat

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    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

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  9. Soopah 27

    Soopah 27 New Member

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    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.

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  10. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    A man after my own heart. :lol: My favorite words: "I'll take'em all.".
  11. Soopah 27

    Soopah 27 New Member

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    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) :)

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  12. johnnywarm

    johnnywarm Minister of Fire

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    heres my stack.it ended up being 2 cords. i have a line on 3 cords more.

    John

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  13. Shipper50

    Shipper50 Minister of Fire

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    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?

    Shipper

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  14. TMonter

    TMonter Minister of Fire

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    4 Loads Into the season

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    TMonter Minister of Fire

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    More Pictures of wood

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  16. bmwbj

    bmwbj Member

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    A little more work for the Labor day weekend...

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    bmwbj Member

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    And more...

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  18. Shipper50

    Shipper50 Minister of Fire

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    My gear for moving wood.


    Shipper

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  19. Burd

    Burd Feeling the Heat

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    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:
  20. pen

    pen There are some who call me...mod. Staff Member

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    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!

    pen

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    pen There are some who call me...mod. Staff Member

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    Here's a shot head on. 2 more of these behind the first. Mostly Maple, some ash and beech as well.

    pen

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  23. Soopah 27

    Soopah 27 New Member

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    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... ;-)

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  24. Shipper50

    Shipper50 Minister of Fire

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    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. :p

    Shipper
  25. bmwbj

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    My poor saws are hurtin after this stuff...LOL

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