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Let's see some wood!!

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

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  1. savageactor7

    savageactor7 Minister of Fire

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    Holy Cow....that's a huge pile of wood...

    ...yeah that has to be a commercial, there has to be 70+ cords just in what we see.

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  2. Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle

    Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle Minister of Fire

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    Holy wood pile, Batman !!!
  3. JustWood

    JustWood Minister of Fire

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    AAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW,,,,, look at the cute little baby wood pile. hehehehehehehehehe
  4. MainePellethead

    MainePellethead Minister of Fire

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    [quote author="bigdaddybry" date="[/quote]

    now thats a woodpile!!!
  5. Lifted4x4Astro

    Lifted4x4Astro New Member

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    Here is mine...between 9 and 10 cords. Lean-to is 10' x 19' x 8' high. It'll have a steel roof on it before winter. We have started moving wood into the basement. We can put about 3 - 4 cords in there. We just have to get a little better at stacking! LOL Pics here on Photobucket

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  6. rhetoric

    rhetoric Member

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    I now have pile envy.
  7. CT-Mike

    CT-Mike Minister of Fire

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    Here is mine:

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    This holz is about 8' high, 12' in diameter.

    I have another about 1/3 as high after this photo was taken.
  8. Randyb

    Randyb New Member

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    Mike,

    That Holz is awesome, the best part to the picture though is the bench. How long do you sit on it (drink in hand) just watching your stack. Nice job
  9. HittinSteel

    HittinSteel Minister of Fire

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    Here is what I have been working on for the last 2 months

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  10. drewboy

    drewboy New Member

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    All free wood, just took a big ash down in my back yard in early sept.

    All together, about three cords (some hidden in back).

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  11. Firenutz

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    This holz is about 8' high, 12' in diameter.

    I have another about 1/3 as high after this photo was taken.[/quote]

    That Shepherd on the left could be a twin of mine! I did a double take.
  12. Firenutz

    Firenutz New Member

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    This is for my garage woodburner and the fireplace in the house if we lose power to the pellet stove and furnace.

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  13. sublime68charger

    sublime68charger Member

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    This was my emergency Pile for a winter where I got stuck and wasn't able to bring in wood from the family land.
    Sorry that me and my #1 helper are in the pic were just making sure there is a path to the pile.
    he like to plow snow on the ATV.

    This Pile is 3 pallets wide by 5 pallets deep and all came from 1 elm tree that was growing in the front yard.

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    here is a pic of the Elm, it sure was nice for shade on the house in summer but it was dying out.
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    I wanns say it was 46" diameter at the stump level about 1' above ground and then in the trunk where the branches spread out had a 56" diameter from the edge of 1 branch to the other side of the trunk.

    This tree alone heated my house for 3 months last winter.

    also here a pic of the Buzz saw pile. that we had a few years ago, Wanna say this stack was about 20 pallets long when done.

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    that's all for now.

    sublime out.
  14. CowboyAndy

    CowboyAndy New Member

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    Here is half of next years stash...

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    The rows are 40' long, 4' high 20" splits.
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