My woodpile

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  1. peterc38

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    My woodpile for the winter. Close to 6 cords stacked and another 4 cords in the pile. I also have another cord cut/split not in picture in a new pile I started. All the stuff stacked I split by hand and it is three rows deep. The last pic might look a little funny because it is 4 pictures stitched together and I haven't mastered that yet.


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    Nice 'bota!

    Nice woodpiles too.
     
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    Very nice indeed. You should be smiling all winter.
     
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    :ahhh: You split that all by hand? How long did that take? Did you have any help? In any event, that's a lot of effort and I'm sure you'll feel the heat from your hard work!
     
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    I guess he doesn't want to wear out that Huskee 22 Ton Splitter or he bought the splitter after all the splitting was done.
     
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    The heck with the wood. I want that tractor!

    Nice looking supply ya got there.
     
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  7. peterc38

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    The stuff that is stacked, I split by hand w/ Fiskars super splitter. No I didn't have help and I don't really know how long it took because I didn't keep track. The stuff in the pile, I split w/ hydraulic splitter. I still like to split by hand but only in the colder weather.
     
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    looks great
     
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    That's a nice stash of firewood you got there!
     
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    Love your piled wood...very clean operation you have there.
     
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    Does it get cold in Maine?
    j/k
    Love your outdoor set-up, better than mine
    You get meg wind & sun I see.
    I get pine grove shade and mushrooms.
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    I do like the fact that I have almost 3 cord fully dry in the connected garage for easy access; cause I'm a sissy and don't like going out in the winter cause it's cold.
     
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    DAAAAMMNNN. Dude what are you heating up the entire county? Very nice. You will be warm all winter.
     
  13. thewoodlands

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    I'll send Guido over with some of the boys to get our share.

    Italian Names and Meaning
    Guido - The wide one, or from the wood

    Zap
    Lunch break is getting to long!
     
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    Will you burn 10 cord this winter?
    Do you put wood in during the winter for a week at a time, or less?
    Last year I burned 11 cord, but it was all inside - basement and garage. I hope to burn less than 7 this winter with my new Econoburn.
    Happy burning.
     
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