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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by wahoowad, Nov 25, 2006.
Here's some of the 2 cords I've split and stacked for next year...
Oak and hickory
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cherry on the right, poplar on the left. The cherry is smelling sweet and has attracted a bunch of flies!
This is my first attempt at stacking firewood on a pallet. I have a row of oak ontheleft and the cherry/poplar on the right. I left the gap in the middle to promote air flow.
here's a close up of a stack I call my junk pile. I probably have 10 different species mixed in here. It'll burn.
the oddball cage
What the heck, I got more
This is my final drying rack in the garage. I bring wood in here for a couple weeks before it makes it inside.
Looking good! Like Roo said, money in the bank.
Is that an Old Town Discovery? I've got a 174 that does double duty as a cover for one of my wood piles when it's not in the water. I'll try to find a picture and post.
Here's the picture I was looking for. The posts are the remains of an old wooden play set that was there when we bought the house. The posts are set in concrete and I decided it was easier to find an alternate use for them, rather than digging them out. Now it does double duty as a place to keep the canoe and storage for some wood. The canoe makes good cover for the pile, especially since it spends a lot of time on the rack lately :down:
The rounds in the picture are now split and seasoning nicely under the canoe.
Bark side up!
Good idea for the canoe and double duty...